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Bodega® x Todd Snyder Corduroy Welder Shacket

Bodega x Todd Snyder

Rated 4.3 out of 5
Based on 3 reviews

Neither shirt nor jacket but somewhere perfectly in-between, this versatile layer is an essential in the modern wardrobe. Here it shows up in a luxurious 8-wale corduroy with subtle highs and lows, which comes to us from the experts at Brisbane Moss in England. The elbows are reinforced with a brushed wool Donegal from Japan. Genuine horn buttons run down the front, with functional snaps at the cuffs and pockets. The detailing at the pockets — one at the chest and two at the waist — completes this workwear-inspired shirt jacket. Wear it on its own, or pair it with the matching Welder Pants for a non-suit suit that’s just right for the season. 

This piece is part of a limited-edition collaboration between Todd and Bodega, the Boston-based avatars of street style.

  • Matching TS X Bodega Corduroy Welder Pant Available
  • Made in China
  • 100% Cotton
  • 8-Wale Corduroy
  • Donegal Elbow Patches
  • Genuine Horn Buttons
  • Two Chest Pockets
  • Side-Entry Patch Pockets
  • Snaps at Cuffs and Pockets
  • Fabric from Brisbane Moss in England
  • Style Number OU29210007
average rating 4.3 out of 5
Based on 3 reviews
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Reviewed by Andrew
Rated 3 out of 5

3 Stars

Overall a pretty good quality garment. Disappointed it's made in China.

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Reviewed by Demetrius D.
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Rated 5 out of 5

Simply sophisticated

This corduroy combination with Bodega hits it out of the park. From the classic buttons to the edgy modernist appeal. To the stylish elbow patches and the rugged collar. This is a shirt/jacket that will last a lifetime. I highly recommend.

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Reviewed by David
Rated 5 out of 5

5 Stars

Nice shirt. Good layering.

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