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  • Rider denim jacket Cone denim Trucker jacket Western jacket

    RRR Rider Cone® denim jacket in vintage wash

    230.00

    0420302-280303

    RRR Rider Cone® denim jacket in vintage wash

    The Sneum RRR Rider jacket is the fruit of the partnership with Cone Denim Mills, Greensboro, N.C., one of the most renowned denim mills in the world. Founded in 1891 and a pioneer an early denim innovation, they constitute the backbone of American denim culture and heritage making it more than just a fabric. Over 120 years of knowhow and history is woven into every warp and weft. Building on the classic rider jackets of the early 30s, specifically developed with cowboys and rodeo riders in mind, our emphasis has been to accentuate the key distinguishing factors of the jacket while at the same time staying true to its original design and heritage. Our take on this icon features:
    • Cone Denim Mills American Classic 14oz denim fabric
    • Original Scovill® buttons and rivets
    • Accentuated slant angle of chest pockets
    • Accentuated back yoke arch curve in parallel to the bottom hem arch curve
    • Extra broad waistband
    • Accentuated bottom hem shape with shorter back and longer front
    • Vertical pleating on either side of the center front fastening
    • Invisible hip pockets under front pleads has been added
    • Zig-zag top-stitching down the button placket
    • Stitched collar stand to make it stand up easier
    • Waistband adjustment tabs
    • Rivets added on cuff slits

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    230.00
  • Rider denim jacket Cone denim

    RRR Rider Cone® denim jacket in rinse wash

    230.00

    0420302-280302

    RRR Rider Cone® denim jacket in rinse wash

    The Sneum RRR Rider jacket is the fruit of the partnership with Cone Denim Mills, Greensboro, N.C., one of the most renowned denim mills in the world. Founded in 1891 and a pioneer an early denim innovation, they constitute the backbone of American denim culture and heritage making it more than just a fabric. Over 120 years of knowhow and history is woven into every warp and weft. Building on the classic rider jackets of the early 30s, specifically developed with cowboys and rodeo riders in mind, our emphasis has been to accentuate the key distinguishing factors of the jacket while at the same time staying true to its original design and heritage. Our take on this icon features:
    • Cone Denim Mills American Classic 14oz denim fabric
    • Original Scovill® buttons and rivets
    • Accentuated slant angle of chest pockets
    • Accentuated back yoke arch curve in parallel to the bottom hem arch curve
    • Extra broad waistband
    • Accentuated bottom hem shape with shorter back and longer front
    • Vertical pleating on either side of the center front fastening
    • Invisible hip pockets under front pleads has been added
    • Zig-zag top-stitching down the button placket
    • Stitched collar stand to make it stand up easier
    • Waistband adjustment tabs
    • Rivets added on cuff slits

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    COLOR:

    230.00
  • Bolero jacket

    Bolero western jacket in wool

    470.00

    0320306-260100

    Bolero western jacket in wool

    The Bolero jacket tracks its origin back to twelfth-century Spain where cattle herders wore low-crowned hats, bolero jackets, sashes, tight-fitting trousers, and spurred boots. The dress of gauchos and vaqueros may have originated in Spain but new articles of dress were added because of the various environments in which cattle herders performed their work. The Vaqueros of Mexico is considered the most direct ancestor of the American cowboy and in the cultural and technological merge between native tribes, Spanish and Northern European settlers in the North American South West, a new form of dress developed into what is defined present day western wear. The traditional Bolero jacket is short or waist-length due to its horseback heritage and adorned with embroiders and embellishments. The 50 and 60s versions were usually done in Rayon twill, however we opted for 350gsm 100% wool fabric in our “winter” edition. Other features are:
    • Action/bi-swing back to improve mobility
    • Adjustment tabs on the back
    • Pre-shaped tailored sleeves
    • Original Scovill® Gripper® duo studs
    • Broad waistband
    • Piping along front yoke
    • Tailored fit

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    470.00
  • Cowichan hand knitted cardigan sweater

    Cowichan hand knitted cardigan w. bronc motifs on front and back in navy

    375.00

    0310801-310303

    Cowichan hand knitted cardigan w. bronc motifs on front and back in navy

    Inspired by the Cowichan-style sweater characterized by the heavy knit, shawl collar and distinctive design, which usually includes geometric shapes or wildlife such as whales, eagles, deer, etc. If you’re not familiar with the term Cowichan, you’re almost certainly familiar with the style. These sweaters have been worn by everyone from Steve McQueen to The Dude in The Big Lebowski. More than just chunky knits with expressive designs, however, they’ve also got some deep history. True Cowichans are made by Coast Salish knitters in British Columbia, Canada. As the story goes, the sweater style comes out of a cultural exchange in the 1850s, between natives in the Cowichan Valley and European settlers. Our take has a more 70s emphasis and incorporates two smaller bronc motifs on the front and one large bronc on the back, to add a more western lean to it. Instead of the zipped front commonly used for this sweater style we opted for real leather braided buttons.
    • Shawl collar
    • Real leather braided buttons
    • Hand knitted
    • Heavy gauge hand knitted
    • Ribbed cuffs and hem
    • Welt hand pockets
    • Shawl collar
    • 50% wool 50% anti-pilling acrylic

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    COLOR:

    375.00
  • Cowichan hand knitted cardigan sweater

    Cowichan hand knitted cardigan w. bronc motifs on front and back

    375.00

    0310801-310302

    Cowichan hand knitted cardigan w. bronc motifs on front and back

    Inspired by the Cowichan-style sweater characterized by the heavy knit, shawl collar and distinctive design, which usually includes geometric shapes or wildlife such as whales, eagles, deer, etc. If you’re not familiar with the term Cowichan, you’re almost certainly familiar with the style. These sweaters have been worn by everyone from Steve McQueen to The Dude in The Big Lebowski. More than just chunky knits with expressive designs, however, they’ve also got some deep history. True Cowichans are made by Coast Salish knitters in British Columbia, Canada. As the story goes, the sweater style comes out of a cultural exchange in the 1850s, between natives in the Cowichan Valley and European settlers. Our take has a more 70s emphasis and incorporates two smaller bronc motifs on the front and one large bronc on the back, to add a more western lean to it. Instead of the zipped front commonly used for this sweater style we opted for real leather braided buttons.
    • Shawl collar
    • Real leather braided buttons
    • Hand knitted
    • Heavy gauge hand knitted
    • Ribbed cuffs and hem
    • Welt hand pockets
    • Shawl collar
    • 50% wool 50% anti-pilling acrylic

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    COLOR:

    375.00
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