Denim has been a popular fabric choice for outdoor apparel and workwear since the late 1800s due to its rugged toughness. Almost everyone owns at least one pair of denim jeans, and jackets made from the material have also seen a recent resurgence in popularity — some might even rock both for a full Canadian tuxedo. No matter how you wear your denim, it provides a classic look that's both functional and durable.
Triple Aught Design has taken the old-school denim jacket into the modern age with a new piece of apparel called the Interval PD jacket. The letters “PD” stand for performance denim, a fabric that's produced for TAD at America’s oldest working denim mill, the White Oak plant in Greensboro, North Carolina. It's sanforized (i.e. pre-shrunk) and contains 99% cotton and 1% elastane for added flexibility.
The TAD Interval PD jacket is made in the USA with strategic reinforcements for maximum wear resistance. Its standard fit is designed to permit mobility, and resist printing for wearers who carry concealed weapons. Buttons on the collar, cuffs, and waist can keep out drafts in colder weather.
This jacket offers four simple pockets:
The Triple Aught Design Interval PD jacket is available at an MSRP of $220 in sizes ranging from small to XXL. For more information, go to TripleAughtDesign.com.