The original club jackets were rowing blazers, cut in an unstructured fashion, with contrasting trim and the club’s embroidery on the breast pocket. This jacket borrows this DNA and reinterprets it for the man who no longer needs to or cares to join a club to demonstrate his social status. He knows he has already arrived. Cut from Austrian loden and trimmed with English chocolate binding, the jacket features a discrete deer embroidery on the breast pocket.
This jacket is for the winter chalet or smoking a fine Havana in the back garden in the fall. The jacket is completely unlined and unstructured, and features a single corozo button to fasten it. The side pockets are deep enough for a pair of gloves, a few cigars, sunglasses, and the ticket patch pocket is ideal for keys, a lighter or other small items.
Made of Austrian loden, outside of Porto, Portugal.