"The Original" S406XXX

Jacket Models

America during World War II faced great hardships and limited resources. Production restrictions were imposed to conserve materials which also impacted denim jackets. Details were simplified and the garment became more utilitarian workwear. Through these garments, we begin to see the untold stories of workers from the era. Conners Sewing Factory allows us to express the spirit of these lost fragments and personal histories with new life.


S406XXX Denim Jackets

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The denim jacket, much like denim pants of this period, had a simplified design due to the wartime production restriction. The number of buttons was reduced from five down to four and the pocket flap was removed. This model was made during the war for use among the general US population.

  • Price: ¥45,000 + tax
  • Size: 32 - 46
  • Fabric: WW2 denim
  • Stitch: All yellow stitches
M-WW2 San Francisco Jacket
S406XXX M-WW2
San Francisco

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M-WW2 San Francisco Jacket
S406XXX M-WW2
San Francisco

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The end of WWII also brought an end to production restrictions. As a result, denim jackets began returning to original specifications for production again. Conners Sewing Factory restores these rare pieces which exhibit the many revisions and changes that reflect this tumultuous era. This iconic uniform of the blue-collar worker is completed when paired with the same 46 series denim jeans.

  • Price: ¥45,000 + tax
  • Size: 32 - 46
  • Fabric: WW2 denim
  • Stitch: All yellow stitches
M-46 Denim Jacket. Front view
S406XXX M-46
M-46

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M-46 Denim Jacket. Back view
S406XXX M-46
M-46

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