Rogue Territory constantly impresses us with a solid offering season after season and Fall/Winter 2014 is no different. Their latest lookbook gives us a glimpse of just what they have to offer in their latest collection. We see the Supply Jacket which is made with duck canvas and a special blanket lining this season, the all new 5oz indigo warp x natural weft Japanese Chambray Long Sleeve Jumper shirt and all new 16.75oz Slub SK.
Rogue Territory Collaborated with Faribault Wollen Mills to develop a wholly unique 100% wool blanket based on their Cabin Stripe blanket to incorporate the style of the Rogue Territory Supply Jacket. The jacket features a fully wool lined body, wool lined hand warmer style patch pockets and satin lined sleeves. Rogue Territory also used 10 Oz waxed canvas to ensure that the jacket protects the wearer from the elements during cold weather. The Supply Jacket will also be made available in a shawl collar option also featuring the Faribault wool lining in deep indigo denim featuring selvedge detailing.
The 5 Oz indigo warp x natural weft Japanese Blue Chambray Jumper shirt has a great brushed finish to it which coupled with contrast navy cats-eye buttons and natural thread offer up a great example of how Rogue Territory plays the line between work wear and casual wear. It is also available in an indigo option and is made using 5 Oz indigo warp x indigo weft Japanese Indigo Chambray as well as the Grey Selvedge Chambray.
The Work Shirt in Indigo Selvedge Canvas also looks great it is made with a 12,5 Oz indigo selvedge canvas from Italy.
For the current collection Rogue Territory introduces a twist to their signature 14.5oz pure indigo dyed Japanese selvedge denim from Nihon Menpu Mills. They took their best-selling jean and submerged it in a vat of indigo, then rinsed and dried it in a massive oven. This is a garment-dyed jean, each has been dyed by hand and has its own unique shade of indigo. No two pairs are alike. Rogue Territory also offers the 16.75 oz Slub SK made with sanforized pure indigo Japanese slub selvedge denim woven in the famous Okayama Prefecture.