Universal Works Bakers Jacket Long in Navy Mowbray
The Baker’s Jacket is a multipurpose jacket with workwear origins and was named for UW founder David Keyte’s Dad, who was a Baker and wore a simple chore jacket whilst working in his bakery.
The Bakers Jacket has been around since collection one of Universal Works and is still serving many people well, however they wear it. This version is slightly longer in length.
Mowbray is a version of traditional melton wool, with a tight twill weave concealed beneath a brushed surface that adds strength to the fabric. Named for Melton Mowbray, the small town in the East Midlands of England where this fabric was first invented, not far from where Universal Works is based.