Material Spotlight: Briquette Heavyweight Twill

Material Spotlight: Briquette Heavyweight Twill

Chances are, you’re already familiar with twill and you’re just not aware of it yet. If you’re wearing denim, chino or gabardine, you’re wearing a twill.

Twill weave is formed by passing the weft yarn under and over multiple warp yarns, in an alternating sequence which creates a diagonal ribbed pattern on fabrics surface. This makes for a more flexible fabric, with a better drape than plain weaves. Don’t be fooled by it’s simplicity, it is still naturally water resistant, and we use a hearty 18 oz twill to provide extra durability.

Our Briquette Twill has a lovely blue gray hue that will compliment just about anything in both your wardrobe as well as your current J. Stark bag collection. It's the perfect companion to our dark brown bridle leather, but is available to customize, so if you'd like to see it paired with tan or black, just let us know and we'll get one made up you!

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