Heritage Research Clothing is manufactured in the UK with the best quality of Japanese and British fabrics. With an emphasis on traditional tailoring methods originating from England, the outfits conform to high standards in terms of stitching and cuts.
The handcrafted pieces follow original heritage designs as a reference base. Even though the cut follows the natural and modern silhouette, the natural fabrics like organic cotton, wool and linen lend durability and texture to each of the pieces.
Finished off with the leather binding, horn buttons as well as Swiss RiRi zips, the heritage research clothing is known for the unique and rugged outfits which offer functionality and high utility.
Inspired by work wear, military clothing and outdoor gear, the Heritage Research Clothing blends functionality of classic outfits with the finishing of modern-day contemporary clothing.
Popular Heritage Research Clothing
The Carpenter shirt is inspired by the laborers shirts from the 1870’s. It has authentic details like the inserts which are added into the underarm area. This style was commonly utilized by French peasants. Apart from this it has a short cutaway collar as well as nickel rivet buttons fastened on top of a wide front placket.
The brass rivets are affixed onto a split side seam which has a wide scoop pocket finished off with the Lazy Arrow stitch. Produced out of soft Hickory denim made from 6 ounces of cotton, this carpenter shirt by Heritage Research Clothing is stitched with heavy duty thread by hand in England.
Folk clothing inspired by farmhand labor resulted in the creation of a farmhand chore jacket. Prevalent in the 1920’s the style for this jacket has two contrast patch pockets on top of the soft broken twill cotton.
With authentic cutaway collars which are fairly deep like the original design the replica as large buttons and the signature leather bound cuffs. There is a single vent along with diamond add on cuff adjusters on the jacket. The English cambric cotton farmhand jacket does not have any lining but is finished with taped seams for durability.
The bottle green corduroy jacket is handcrafted in England with high end cotton cambric lining. The standard English 15W bottle green corduroy is used to replicate a pullover deck parka that used to be part of the US Navy uniform used prior to WWII.
Known as the Type 1 jacket by Heritage Research, this folk clothing style jacket has two tab straps to fasten the high neck, a wide front 1/2 placket with large buttons, adjustable cuffs and a front patch pocket fastened with a button flap. Made out of 360 gsm waterproof British Millerain wax cotton the jacket is unlined and finished by hand with Cambric taped seams.
Military Inspired Chinos by Heritage Research Clothing
The flat front chinos by Heritage Research Clothing follows the 1936 pattern of the officer pants utilized as part of the US Air Corps uniform.
The authentic details follow the original design with the front jet coin pocket, roomy seat for a comfortable fit, military issue lockable Swiss RiRi zip, horn button adjusters on the waist in order for the fit to be adjusted according to the size of the owner.
The pocket on the original flat front chinos is a cutaway but changes into a slash in-line seam when the button adjusters move the cloth inward. The cotton chino is lined with cotton cambric and hand made in England.