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The Rite Record-Journal – The Rite Stuff

Dedicated to the process, inspiration, and journey behind creating The Rite Stuff reproduction-style clothing in Japan.

  • Based in Japan
  • Roughly three posts per year
  • First post on

Posts per year

Data for this chart is available in the table below
Posts per year
Year starting Posts
2017 4
2018 7
2019 0
2020 0
2021 3
2022 1
2023 4
2024 1

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

Reviving the Uncle Sam Chambray Work Shirt
The Uncle Sam cigarette pocket shirt is one of the most iconic work shirt designs to emerge from the 1930s, not only for its look but also for its functionality. My path to recreating this …
On , by Bryan Shettig, 1,379 words
What is teacore leather?
My personal pair of Lofgren Engineer Boots in black Chromexcel leather. Spend enough time looking at reproduction leather jackets and you’re bound to come across the term “tea core”. No, it’s not a form of …
On , by Bryan Shettig, 838 words
A Brief History of Indigo Pin Check Fabric
Denim, chambray, cotton duck, hickory stripe and more workwear fabrics have become well-known but one fabric that continues to fly under the radar is indigo pincheck. The aforementioned fabrics all have some degree of documentation …
On , by Bryan Shettig, 1,340 words