Last Chance Dept.
I know a guy who goes around to flea markets collecting old doors from the early 1900s.
Wonderful doors with intricate trim work and perfectly patina’d knobs, strike plates, deadbolts and stops.
And then, inexplicably, he uses them as wainscoting in his house and other properties. The striking and practical authenticity of these doors is interesting whether being used as a door or… not a door.
Good is good.
You may never shoot skeet in this shooting vest although it is authentically designed to do so. The wool blend shell in green plaid is a quintessential look. The shoulder quilts are for resting one of your matched set of over and under Beretta Shotguns. The large bellow pockets at your hips hold ample shells. The opened vertical welt pockets at your chest are strategically placed for your hands.
While on the range you may find yourself blending in with all the other shooting vests.
Off the range, people will ask what you’re wearing.
Classic Shooting Vest (No. 5167). Wool blend shell. Fully lined. Ribbed collar with V-neckline. Antique brass zipper closure. Green faux suede trim at chest and lower pockets and on front yoke patches with quilted detail. Side seam vents with tab and snap closure. Large welt pockets at chest with tab and button detail. Large bellow pocket at hips. Pocket flaps have two snaps and a hidden center button closure. One interior double welt pocket at wearers left chest with zipper closure. Straight bottom hem with rounded edges at side vents. Makes a wonderful statement at the Saturday morning market.
Men’s sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL.
Color: Green Plaid.
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