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Grouse-Hunting Jacket
Grouse-Hunting Jacket
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Grouse-Hunting Jacket

No. 5455


COLOR: Brown

36 40 42
  • Fabric Content: 100% Wool.
Men (Body Measurements)
Neck Chest Waist
SML 34 14 34 28
36 14.5 36 30
MED 38 15 38 32
40 15.5 40 34
LG 42 16 42 36
44 16.5 44 38
XL 46 17 46 40
48 17.5 48 42
XXL 50 18 50 44
52 18.5 52 46

GIFT BOX: (Add $6 dollars).

“Dress as You Do in a Country House.”

—E. Waugh (1903-1966).

French revolutionaries sharpened the guillotine.

Russian anarchists tossed bombs.

In the 1920s and ‘30s, however, young Englishmen quietly wore their country tweeds to London.

The result was a massive acquiescence of power by conventional-thinking starched-collar types.

Easy, confident tweed can have a similar effect in America today. When you look like a master of the hunt, brain cells bred for obedience just helplessly go off.

To be worn kindly: this splendid Irish tweed grouse-hunting jacket with all the traditional country details, e.g., buttoning throat-latch, rear bi-swing vents and stitched-down Norfolk belt, suede elbow patches.

(“A frightfully attractive man,” confided the mistress of Ditchley Park, “he wore just the right sort of tweed jacket with leather patches.”)

Grouse-Hunting Jacket (No. 5455), as described. 100% wool in a luxurious handwoven brown plaid from the Magee Mill in Donegal, Ireland. Remarkably well-tailored, with three pockets in the satin-lined interior and real working-button cuffs. Imported.

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