Short on Time Jacket in Two-Tone Bark Brown Organic Corduroy


Plain spoken and utilitarian, this casual, boxy fitting chore jacket in a unique organic cotton corduroy is naturally dyed in two tones of earthy brown, both derived from the bark of thorny acacia trees. Wonderfully weighted with a chunky corduroy fabric, this edition of the Short on Time is especially nice for cooler weather.

Featuring two hip-level hand pockets, and removable (and collectible) corozo nut buttons.

Also available in Khaki Green Selvedge Denim.

Part of Story's AW19 Earthtone collection - limited availability.

STORY mfg takes their time crafting innovatively retrospective organic fabrics into distinctive pieces of slow fashion. Almost all of their materials, from the cotton to the dye plants, grow within just a few miles of their forest studio in Tamil Nadu, India. STORY is constantly finding new ways to reduce their environmental impact, striving not just for sustainable and ethical fashion, but for truly 'positive products'.

Materials: Organic cotton corduroy (pre-treated with earth salts and sunlight, and naturally dyed with thorny acacia [Vachellia nilotica] bark), removable corozo nut [Phytelephas] buttons with aluminum backing, organic cotton thread, organic cotton label.

Made in India: Organic cotton grown, sewn, and dyed in India, designed in the UK.

Chest 21" 22.5" 24" 25"
Length 26.5" 26.5" 27" 27.5"
Shoulder 21" 21.5" 22" 23"

Compare above measurements to your favorite jacket for ideal fit.

Models are 5'7" and 5'8" respectively. Both are wearing a size small.

Unsure about fit? We offer free return shipping (US only) on all full priced clothing so you can try it on risk-free.

First model pictured wearing with Alpaca Wool Turtleneck Sweater in Undyed Black and Bridge Trousers in Bark Brown Corduroy. Second model pictured wearing with Crewneck Tee in Undyed Jersey and British Jeans in Undyed Organic Canvas.

Note: This item is naturally dyed. With some naturally dyed items, you may detect the mild scent of herbs, minerals, or fermentation used in the dyeing process, and/or experience color crocking and rub-off when new. Learn more about caring for naturally dyed clothing on our fabric care page.