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Art of looking like a gentleman in the countryside. England gives us one version (tweed jackets and cords).
America pushes further (barn jackets and jeans, even on upper Madison Ave).
Meanwhile, to the east, in the rolling green meadows and old-growth forests outside Vienna, you will find another school of thought. This wonderful band collar jacket.
It's a gentrified take on traditional Tyrolean country style. I made this in a light, sturdy twill cotton blend (97% cotton, 3% spandex) done with understated intelligence (think Oskar Werner).
In little towns like Schlosshof or Mistelbach, if you wore this jacket, the postman would tip his hat as he walked by.
I expect good things to happen when you wear it here, too.
Austrian Country Jacket (No. 3992). Timeless banded collar. Three-button front. Four flap patch pockets (on chest and hip). Adjustable buttoning tabs at each side waist. Long sleeve. Adjustable cuffs. Back belt and back flanges.
Men's even sizes: 36 through 48.
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Fabric Content: 97% Cotton, 3% Spandex.
Care Instructions: Machine Washable. May be Dry Cleaned.
Length ranges from 31” to 32 ½”. Varies by size.