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New York based artisans, Freemans Sporting Club (F.S.C), shows us how to make a chore jacket for the rain. The timeless chore jacket is an iconic American garment that was made popular by workmen of the last century. F.S.C re-creates this piece and takes the classic details and implements them into this work coat. “With less than 5% of American clothing being manufactured here, F.S.C. remains steadfastly dedicated and proud to be an American made product.” The “Waxed Cotton Chore jacket” uses “5.5oz 80/20 cotton/nylon” for its exterior and also features a “water and wind resistant” shell that’s perfect for stormy weather. F.S.C states that the cut is a “comfortable fit” so size down to give it a more modern style. They use “Black gun metal jean style donut buttons on the front placket and cuff” for added durability.

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