Edwin was one of the first major producers of Japanese denim and a major industry innovator. It produced the heaviest ring-spun selvedge denim jeans, developed an “old wash” in the ’70s to replicated worn jeans and invented stone washing in the ’80s. The brand’s High Road jacket is a continuation of these efforts and is cut from 11.8-ounce denim with a lightly distressed finish. The Type III style features a button-front closure, two front button pockets and two welt hand pockets. It’s a classic style that will look good in anyone’s closet — and now it’s 34% off.
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