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I can't figure out whether I like this Rogue Territory supply jacket. It's handmade in LA out of a 2x1 weave Japanese red-line selvedge denim, so it hits the right #denimnerd notes. I like the cut, the pockets, and sweet details like the silk screened care instructions.
My only hang-up is the color. I'm not entirely sold on the look of natural denim. It tends to look better on the rack than on actual humans, although this could be another case of my polo problem. Self-image issues aside, I drink far too much coffee to wear this safely. Picture this: you're at the farmers' market, hunting for the freshest organic baby bok choy, when the top comes off your recyclable cup and you spill half your artisan cold brew on your 255 USD supply jacket. Investment piece ruined all because you tried to keep your stir-fry on fleek.
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