English Hacking Jacket
English Hacking Jacket.
What does it mean?
It means fooling around.
On a horse.
That, of course, means fooling around pretty gracefully, which has always been the advantage of being around horses.
They make us feel and look graceful. They show us how it’s done.
(Cows do not. Neither do chickens. Nor do dogs, even though we love ’em.)
Human clothing based on the things that horses have taught us over the years and centuries is itself pretty graceful stuff.
You won’t go wrong wearing such things.
This timeless hacking jacket is such a thing.
It’s fun to wear. It makes you feel and look graceful. Being a true thoroughbred, it puts you at ease immediately.
English Hacking Jacket (No. 1931), satin-lined, with angled hacking pockets. Center back vent. Buttoning velvet collar and functional button cuffs. Made of pure-wool English tweed, itself a work of art, from a Yorkshire mill that’s been at it since 1837. Imported.
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