Yes, the rumours are true, Boston-based Dubbleware are back in business and ready to quench your insatiable thirst for perfectly tailored workwear. Part of the heritage scene? The re-launch of this iconic American brand will make your week.
Founded by manufacturer M Hoffman in 1924, Dubbleware tailored for the everyday man by making the highest quality workwear in whatever materials the heart desired – Denim, Hickory, Chambray. Written into New England culture as one of the original innovators for creating union made overalls, coats and pants for farmers and workers, Dubbleware were also one of the first brands to create inclusive workwear, that geared their marketing towards women as well as men.
The AW20 collection, ‘Demand The Best’, follows in the footsteps of the inaugural collection with re-works of archival prints and original features such as the jackron on the back of the jeans, dating back in its design to 1924. The fabrics are of seriously great quality too, since the Dubbleware honchos have sourced the best cotton and selvedge denim available in North America and Japan.
Dubbleware’s archive patterns have been tailored for the modern man, creating the perfect oversized fit with authentic stitching techniques achieved by working with 100% bona fide Union Special machines. Raw selvedge is rinsed without chemical additives, ensuring your standard rise 5-pocket selvedge jeans or carpenter-style denim pants will fade and distress beautifully, as nature intended.
The new collection can be purchased at www.dubbleware.com and also at selected retailers.