Canvas. Made into a jacket.
Sailcloth canvas, as it is used in the Swiss Army for tents, is the material used for this casual jacket. It comes from a Hessian weaver, specialized in technical fabrics, who makes them unoiled, but otherwise true to the original. The heavy, particularly densely woven, two-ply basket weave fabric has a rough texture, yet it is not stiff or hard. Moreover, pre-washing has made it a little softer. It swells when moist, making it water repellant (in moderation). The upper collar and sleeve straps of the green and beige jacket are made from tanned deerskin and from nubuck cowhide leather in the anthracite model.
Hack. Clothing with character
Behind Hack Lederware is Christoph Hack, founder and fine bag maker with his own studio in Cologne. As the company name suggests, Hack is primarily concerned with different leathers, which he processes into hard-wearing, functional clothing and sleek accessories. In addition, however, he also devotes himself to materials with similar character, such as canvas. Hack's jackets and bags are made up at the company's headquarters in Cologne and in a Polish partner factory.
Article Number 67668
Back length for size 50 = 70 in. Garment manufactured in Poland.
Care instructions textile
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