CSA railroad jacket




Based on an 1860’s sack coat worn by the crews of the Southern railroads. Issued by the Southern Rail Operator Consortium who kept the railroads running as an effort to continue the export of cotton from the South during the American Civil War, the Confederate States Army also depended heavily on railroads to get supplies to its lines. Authentic detailing includes curved cuff feature, shawl col- lar and large scoop pockets. Modified with a zip pocket. Available in Japanese brown Duck denim and raw Indigo denim with RiRi zipper and metal doughnut buttons.