1910S European corduroy vests were sold to railway operators, outdoor workers, farmers, and other laborers. The focus is on warmth and protection, so the collar depth is very shallow. There is usually a pocket on the left chest, two pockets on the hem, and the placket is set at a bevel angle. This time, the vest of this type is better restored, the oblique-slip pocket that reproduces the style of the early gentleman.
- 360G Corduroy
- Materials: 100% Cotton