Chore Coat Brown Duck
Founded in 1913 by Landon Clayton King, LC King has become a household name in the American workwear space that started (and still is) in downtown Bristol, Tennessee. Over 100 years and four generations later, Jack King still continues the tradition of quality workwear making great-grandpa LC King proud.
The chore coat exemplify the history of American perseverance through 4 generations of wear testing. Made famous by train engineers and railroad workers, hickory strip is an enduring symbol of American workwear. This chore coat is built from a rigid 10 oz hickory stripe from America's oldest surviving denim mill.
10 oz hickory stripe denim
Heavy thread stitching and bar tacking throughout
Double needle felled shoulder cap, center back and sleeve
Angled sleeve button hole for fastening ease
Clean finish inside seams
Signature 1913 L.C. King Pewter shank button
Riveted sleeve seams
Upper left patch pocket
Upper right flap pocket
Oversize lower pocket inspired by our overalls
Inside patch pocket in contrast indigo twill
Shrink to fit
Built in Bristol, Tennessee
This is a raw garment - meaning the fabric has not been washed, processed, or treated in any way post production. This item will shrink after its first wash. If you intend to wash frequently, consider ordering the next size up to account for the shrinkage. Ways to prevent the maximum shrinkage is a cold wash/rinse, then air drying.
Model is 5'11" 175 lbs and wears a size medium