Denim is a tough category to pull off in the realm of menswear. That’s because no matter how well you do it, your product is still going to be compared to the gold standards in the game like Levi’s and APC. For some, this is just too daunting a tax, and they wisely avoid this lane. However we have to say that we think Rogue Territory did it right. The West Coast brand started off in 2008 as a custom denim maker located in the world denim bar at American Rag in Los Angeles. As the collection grew and evolved, the brand expanded into a fully-developed handcrafted denim line that involves shirting and outerwear as well.
For Fall 2014, Rogue Territory went all out with some really special pieces. One of them is their waxed canvas Supply Jacket (above) that was made in collaboration with Faribault Woolen Mills. The jacket has a fully wool lined body that’s based on Faribault’s Cabin Stripe blanket. It also features wool-lined hand patch pockets, and the jacket is coated by 10oz waxed canvas to ward off the chilling winter winds the weather will be throwing your way. Perhaps the best feature of all is that it’s reasonably priced at $385. Other key pieces in the Fall/Winter 2014 collection include their indigo warp X natural weft blue chambray jumper and their signature 14.5oz pure indigo dyed jeans featuring Japanese selvedge denim from Nihon Menpu Mills.
Be sure to checkout the Rogue Territory online shop to cop these cool pieces.
SEE MORE LOOKS FROM THEIR FALL COLLECTION IN THE SLIDESHOW ABOVE
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