The Coverall is beside the bib and brace the most recognized piece of workwear of the early 20th century. Workwear in former times was designed to go over the normal wool attire. Hence the name: Cover All. Vintage coveralls are cut in the way that they can be worn over a shirt and trousers. When looking at old pictures of work environments or race tracks for example one can always notice shirts and also ties to be worn with coveralls.
Our 1938 Coverall has a typical 1930s design. This season we decided to go with a button front and a belt making it even look smarter. As fabric we have used a heavy herringbone twill made from 100% cotton. A fabric which has been used by the US Army in WW2. The H.B.T Special as it was called has proven itself over time as a sturdy and long lasting workwear fabric.
You can choose from two colors. Classic olive drab as used by the U.S. Forces or a classic off whit as often seen on race tracks.