The cozy plush faux fur lining in this cool lumber jack plaid jacket helps to keep you nice and toasty warm when those chilly winter winds blow.
The exterior fabric was “loomed” in Italy, and is a nice, cozy wool and synthetic blend.
This has quilted nylon lined sleeves, while the outside of the sleeves have decorative tabs near the hems.
The body of the jacket features huge angled flap pockets lined in black that have button closures. The buttons are US Navy buttons (there is one on each sleeve, too), one is missing.
There are bound finished welt pockets at hips, the pockets are lined in cozy flannel.
Labels: Caribou by Briarcliff
Made in Singapore
Loomed in Italy
Labeled an "M", this measures:
up to 46” chest
6 and 3/4” from neck point to shoulder point.
27” long from centerback of the neck to the hem.
24" sleeve length
20” from shoulder point to shoulder point.
Nice long, 4” collar points.
This has a heavy metal zipper: vkk. It works, but has torn up from the bottom 2", though, and should be replaced.
The hem looks like it may have had a drawstring hem at one time.
Condition: sturdy, well made however since it's a blend, it does have a bit of pilling, and, as mentioned, one button is missing, and although the zipper works as is, we recommend replacing it so it will last longer.
Fiber content label: Loomed in Italy
exterior: 13% reprocessed wool, 23% linen, 24% acrylic, 13% nylon, 16% rayon, 6% polyester and 5% other fibers
Faux fur plush lining: 45 acrylic, 25 linen, 15 cotton, 15 rayon
Care instructions: Hand wash, hang or lay flat to dry. no bleach, no dryers.
This needs a little attention, but overall is a nice, cozy casual winter jacket, perfect for chopping wood for the fireplace, or, can even work as decor hanging in the entry hall of your family cabin. We love wearing jackets like this with a hoodie underneath for even more warmth and coziness.
looks good on him, but also looks good on her, too. such a great outdoor jacket!
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