Riders Jacket Waxed Canvas Tobacco

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PLEATED RIDERS JACKET

  • 10oz Martexin waxed canvas
  • Front pleat detail
  • Southwestern printed body liner from Japan
  • Satin lined sleeves from Japan
  • Elastic bands on interior of jacket for shoulder gusset
  • Custom metal trims from Kentucky
  • SB Tanning Co leather patch
  • 1/8" double needle stitch detail
  • Interior pocket
  • Small, Medium, Large, X-Large
  • Sewn in USA 

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Customer Reviews

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Tumbleweed / Tobacco RJ1 is awesome!!!

This is my second Freenote Cloth Riders jacket (first being the Oak color way which I bought last year).

I wanted a lighter color and when the Tumbleweed was announced on IG about a month ago, I pounced and got in the cue. I’m sure glad I did.

Same quality as you’ve come to expect in a beautiful light tan/taupe color. Hard to describe, but it’s just awesome.

Things I love about the Jacket:

The fit, I wear an XL. I’m 6’1, 180 lbs soaking wet with a 42” chest. I like to layer under these jackets and I find the XL to be just perfect for wearing a thick sweater or sweatshirt. That said I can wear a tee shirt with it, and it doesn’t look sloppy big. I could probably size down to a Large if I didn’t want to layer.

The details: the lining is supremely comfortable and I love that they use satin lined sleeves. So easy to slip into this with a sweater.

The rivets on the cuffs, and front placket. Subtle, and nicely contrasting with the canvas. Same can be said for the buttons.

The gussets, yes folks they really are THAT good!

I’d encourage anyone who is on the fence to nab one of these beauties while they are in stock. I never thought I’d say this, but I can’t wait for the cooler weather!

Well done Freenote!

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M.
American craftsmanship at its finest

Received my jacket this week and I'm extremely impressed by the fit and construction of the jacket. Most waxed canvas jackets I've encountered are made for thinly built individuals. I'm more in the corn-fed mountain boy/farm fit category and have big shoulders. This jacket has ample room to allow me to actually move and work in it. The details of the construction easily correlate to dedicated American hands creating this functional piece of art. Hopefully with great people like those at Freenote we see a resurgence of American made goods, unlike once greats such as Filson who now outsource their canvas jackets.

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Exceptional

Exceptional in every way. So rare these days to find makers who are doing the basics right. Stay true to that Freenote Team. A lot of us in your community see every detail and appreciate the work.

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P.
Simply the best Waxed Riding jacket

I bought this (and 3 other brands) jacket when I wore out a Flint and Tinder waxed trucker in less than a year. This jacket is made wirh much more durable cloth, looks fantastic and has a great fit. I also tried the waxed jacket from Kuhl (well made but cut too long) and Filson (very likely the toughest of them all but not as comfortable, has a waxy feel and the fit was a bit loose). This jacket is the perfect balance. Filson would be a close second but I also like to wear my jacket to my real job every now and then and the Freenote is heads above all the others for looks. 5’10” 160lbs ans a medium fits perfect

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Charlie
Badass Jacket

I am 6’2”, 215#. After consulting with Drew at Freenote, I purchased a size XL. The fit is spot on. The jacket is great and is a very nice weight. The jacket will go out on the town or hit the job site. Either way it’s capable of handling the situation. It’s a badass jacket.

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The Riders Jacket, or RJ-1 for short, was one of the first jackets we ever designed. It is a unique mix of a classic ranch jacket combined with a riding jacket. The front pleats expand with movement along with the shoulder gussets in the back. Construction highlights include 1/8” stitch details and custom metal hardware made exclusively for Freenote Cloth. The RJ-1 is equipped with our signature action back for added mobility. Hidden elastic bands in the interior of the jacket help keep the shoulder gussets in place and allow for ease of movement in this heavy piece. In addition, the sleeves are lined with a cotton/rayon blend to make the jacket easier to put on and take off.

We built this jacket for the long haul using the most resilient materials and durable construction methods. With each wear, it will get more comfortable as it molds to your body, creating a custom fit. It will develop a unique patina as the wax is displaced in high wear areas, a sartorial chronicle of the adventures you’ll have in it. Like everything we make at Freenote Cloth, the Riders Jacket is built to last.

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Tumbleweed / Tobacco RJ1 is awesome!!!

This is my second Freenote Cloth Riders jacket (first being the Oak color way which I bought last year).

I wanted a lighter color and when the Tumbleweed was announced on IG about a month ago, I pounced and got in the cue. I’m sure glad I did.

Same quality as you’ve come to expect in a beautiful light tan/taupe color. Hard to describe, but it’s just awesome.

Things I love about the Jacket:

The fit, I wear an XL. I’m 6’1, 180 lbs soaking wet with a 42” chest. I like to layer under these jackets and I find the XL to be just perfect for wearing a thick sweater or sweatshirt. That said I can wear a tee shirt with it, and it doesn’t look sloppy big. I could probably size down to a Large if I didn’t want to layer.

The details: the lining is supremely comfortable and I love that they use satin lined sleeves. So easy to slip into this with a sweater.

The rivets on the cuffs, and front placket. Subtle, and nicely contrasting with the canvas. Same can be said for the buttons.

The gussets, yes folks they really are THAT good!

I’d encourage anyone who is on the fence to nab one of these beauties while they are in stock. I never thought I’d say this, but I can’t wait for the cooler weather!

Well done Freenote!

M
M.
American craftsmanship at its finest

Received my jacket this week and I'm extremely impressed by the fit and construction of the jacket. Most waxed canvas jackets I've encountered are made for thinly built individuals. I'm more in the corn-fed mountain boy/farm fit category and have big shoulders. This jacket has ample room to allow me to actually move and work in it. The details of the construction easily correlate to dedicated American hands creating this functional piece of art. Hopefully with great people like those at Freenote we see a resurgence of American made goods, unlike once greats such as Filson who now outsource their canvas jackets.

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Exceptional

Exceptional in every way. So rare these days to find makers who are doing the basics right. Stay true to that Freenote Team. A lot of us in your community see every detail and appreciate the work.

P
P.
Simply the best Waxed Riding jacket

I bought this (and 3 other brands) jacket when I wore out a Flint and Tinder waxed trucker in less than a year. This jacket is made wirh much more durable cloth, looks fantastic and has a great fit. I also tried the waxed jacket from Kuhl (well made but cut too long) and Filson (very likely the toughest of them all but not as comfortable, has a waxy feel and the fit was a bit loose). This jacket is the perfect balance. Filson would be a close second but I also like to wear my jacket to my real job every now and then and the Freenote is heads above all the others for looks. 5’10” 160lbs ans a medium fits perfect

C
Charlie
Badass Jacket

I am 6’2”, 215#. After consulting with Drew at Freenote, I purchased a size XL. The fit is spot on. The jacket is great and is a very nice weight. The jacket will go out on the town or hit the job site. Either way it’s capable of handling the situation. It’s a badass jacket.