Here is an emphatic release from the Heritage Research Autumn/Winter 2010 Collection with some products that are a key factor to the aesthetic of the label.

Beginning with outerwear, this made in the USA Braves Varsity jacket features a heavy-weight all-wool dark green melton jacket body, premium full-grain, 3.5-ounce, vegetable tanned cream leather sleeves, all-wool chenille embroidered badges manufactured on vintage shuttle looms in the USA, diamond-quilted inner lining manufactured from genuine rayon acetate and nickel-plated press studs on the frontal closure. Completing the outerwear, there is the Klondike jacket based on a 1940’s era jacket worn in the Klondike Territory, Canada made for dog sled driving. The short jacket allowed uninhibited movement and was usually made from a waterproofed material with reinforced panels and a double cuff over which fur mitts would be worn. The jacket is made from brown British Millerain wax cotton with contrast dark brown inner cuff and back panel and features a brass RiRi zip and adjustable cuffs. It is fully lined with English Cambric cotton.

Then there is the Lineman Pants, a classic 1920’s style featuring high yoke, suspender buttons and cinch with add on belt loops. Large front patch pockets and lazy rear pockets for tools. Made from fawn 12 wale Corduroy with cambric cotton lining and a nickel RiRi zip. Finally, the release is capped of with a collaboration with Duluth, for generations of wilderness travelers, the Original Duluth Pack has been the time tested favorite for discerning individuals who demand rugged durability. Made in Navy from tough 15-ounce canvas with rugged leather shoulder straps riveted for extra reinforcement. Guaranteed for Life. Made in the USA. Made for Heritage Research and the Urban Hunter Cycling Co.

Thanks to superdenim for the info.