Sorry for the title……these name might sounds familiar only to some POST O’ALLS fans……
These are some work jacket model names……………came to my mind when I was thinking about
some good work jackets for these “shorts – only” days.
These are named after our late fabric cutter…..Carlos Chauca, and it is in version 3 now.
I wanted a plain 2 pocket work jacket + some extra flavor……then came up with 2 lower pockets plus one small pocket above the right lower pocket.
Here’s a vintage POST O’ALLS jacket from ’96, which first featured “the pocket”.
OK41 is a variation of OK40, which has its roots in #1107 jacket from mid ’90s.
All of these simple 2 pocket work jackets are inspired by vintage cost-cutting 2 pocket work jacket produced under WW2 War restriction.
Yet, OK41 has longer length, and more importantly, it has a vent in the back.
I kinda like its slight fukiness or friction when worn with shorts…….for unknown reason. ( Takeshi )