With fabrics donated from Cordura the task was to design a work outfit for the modern man that solved comfort and utility issues associated with environmental changes. See link above to learn more about the partnership.
Inspired by the NC State engineer, this outfit was designed to keep a man cool while still looking professional in a manufacturing setting. These men must be able to go from meetings with higher ups to the factory floor, without air control, to solve production issues. The shirt is a polo with a back vent lined with CORDURA ATF mesh and underarm gussets with the ATF mesh to provide airflow in discreet ways. The jeans are made of the very durable CORDURA denim designed with a slacks pattern to provide ease. The belt loops are wider than the usual and there are two buttonholes to provided a comfortable way to adjust pants from slight weight fluctuations. The pants pockets are edged with CORDURA Ballistic fabric to allow men to clip items to their pockets without worrying about destroying the denim from overuse.
CORDURA ATF mesh, CORDURA Ballistic, CORDURA denim, polyester pique, cotton rib
All designs, illustrations, and garments are original work by Rysa Ruth.