There are two large front pockets, one with a watch pocket, and two chest pockets, one with a snap flap, the other with an inner pen and pencil pocket. The pockets are reinforced with red top stitching at the stress points. There are vent slits at the hips, two large rear pockets and a hammer loop on the left leg. There are two tool pockets on the right leg and the waist has elasticized shirred side panels at the hips. The major seams are triple stitched and the sleeve cuffs close with a rivet style button in a hidden placket.
The material is a soft, much washed, cotton denim herringbone twill weave. These coveralls have been working hard, they have three frayed holes on the left leg, a triple stitched patch at the right knee, a triple stitched patch on the right side of the right knee, paint and rust stains on both legs. There's a frayed hole at the left elbow, the left cuff has a triple stitched patch and there are paint and rust stains on both sleeves. The hand stitched patches are beautiful and it shows that someone really loved these and kept repairing them, year after year. In short, these things are perfect vintage work wear with an authentic, distressed age patina that can not be reproduced they are clean and totally wearable.The chest tag reads, penney's, big mac, sanforized. " and the size tag in the collar says "40s.
The coveralls fit like a women's size medium and measure:chest - 42 inches, waist - 33 inches, hips - 38 inches, shoulders - 18 inches, sleeves - 22 inches, inseam - 26 inches, rise - 13 inches, overall length - 57 inches. Our model eliza stands 5'10 tall and her measurements are 35-30-39.