Last Chance Dept.
Perhaps you saw this in R. Flaherty’s 1934 film, Man of Aran.
Perhaps you saw it on the gentleman fiddling “Black Roque” in a bar you thought was an old lighthouse outside of Kilronan.
Maybe this is your first sighting. Please allow me—this is the direct result of Irish fishermen going down to the sea for centuries and returning at day’s end with their nets, their boats, their catch, their style and their lives (in that order).
I can promise you it will make you feel authentic while shedding mist, rain and sea spray (Irish whisky does practically the same thing but doesn’t look good on a Gatsby) while wearing it.
Irish Tweed Vest (No. 4480). Soft herringbone wool. Fully-lined with black Bemberg taffeta. Flap pockets with leather button. Patch pockets with side entry. Brown woven leather finish buttons. Made in Portugal.
Men’s sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL.
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