Mister Freedom

Veste Ouvrier (Workman's Jacket) - Solid


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Chest 39.5 42.0 44.5 47.0
Vertical Length 27.5 28.5 30.0 32.0
Sleeve Length 25.0 26.0 27.0 28.0
Shoulder Width 18.0 19.0 19.5 20.0

Inspired by early french work wear gear, the first installment of the MFSC Apache collection is a their version of a french worker"s coat. Mister Freedom has combined elements of several 1900"s to 1940"s pieces to make the veste ouvrier.


  • Original slanted button holes, to keep straight vertical closure.
  • Inside white cotton twill pocket backing, to reinforce pocket top edges.
  • Concealed chest pocket, with flap covering the MFSC woven label (NO visible branding/logo, so you don"t feel like a billboard").
  • Cinch back belt, with original french NOS metal sharp-prong buckle (DISCLAIMER: guaranteed to mess up your car seat, but we figured they have been around on battle fileds and in factories since the 1840"s, so we"re taking the risk in 2011"). The buckle is removable and you can switch to one that fits your needs.
  • Concealed chin strap.

CONSTRUCTION: Tailor type single needle french seams, no overlock nor chainstitch. 100% Cotton thread, oxidized black/brown colour.

SHRINKAGE: Raw fabric, will shrink lightly with cold wash/hang dry, shrinkage is minimal on these.

SIZING: The Apache collection is sized/labelled in french.92 (small), 97 (medium), 102 (large), 107(Xlarge)

PACKAGING: The garment comes in an individual old school chipboard box, exclusive to MF.The original oil painting was masterfully executed by Mr. PATRICK SEGUI of RIVETED blog fame, and a paper print of his artwork will be featured on the Apache Collection box tops. Merci M"sieur Pat""☺

LIMITED EDITION: For US and EU, a total of 130 jackets were made

Garment designed in California by MISTER FREEDOM?? and manufactured in Japan by Sugar Cane Co.

  • PATTERN: An original MFSC pattern and fit, inspired by early french bleu de chauffe.
  • FABRIC: INDIGO M??tisse: 9.7 oz. indigo dyed twill blend, 70% cotton and 30% linen, un-sanforized. The yarn core is white, the indigo outer has a purple blue shade typical of early french indigo work clothes. Fades, bleeds and reacts to sun light"
  • BUTTONS: Original MFSC Corozo natural wood buttons. (aka "vegetable ivory", corozo buttons where an hi-end option for suiting from the 1900"s to 1940"s). Five button-front.