We’ve long been fans of what is called “railroad stripe” or “hickory stripe” fabrics. However, we always found pants or shirts and jackets made from these vertical striped fabrics to be too busy for daily wear.
Our solution was to line our 16.5 oz. Cone Mills White Oak Coverall jacket with hickory stripe fabric. The sleeves are lined with quilting and this jacket is beefier and warmer than we expected. The stripes are there, just not in your face. The jacket itself is cut and sewn in San Francisco, California.