Can be worn fastened up to the neck with 5 buttons at the front. Fully lined and featuring two generous outside welted pockets in the side seams, to give a really clean and stylish look. One welted outside chest pocket and two inner, buttoned chest pockets. All pockets will fit large plus sized phones. Cuffs are buttoned.
The year 1485 marked the end of the War of the Roses. In the spirit of partnership between the two great English counties of Yorkshire and Lancashire we’re proud to present our 1485 Wool Jacket. Yorkshire woven wool is cut and made into jackets in Lancashire. Even the buttons are manufactured in England.
Our Charcoal Melange is woven and is stronger than felt or recycled woollens. This particular Melton is plain weave. 70% Merino wool is blended with 30% other fibres for strength and durability at the beginning of the process and this also gives the cloth a marbled affect. It comes from the ‘True Heritage’ collection of fabrics from A.W. Hainsworth, one of the oldest companies not just in Yorkshire but the whole of Great Britain. Throughout history Hainsworths have developed fabrics for the military, from the original Khaki to the Scarlett still seen today in the Trooping of the Colour.
Fit and Sizing
Sizing is consistent with our other jackets. We use 2in steps between sizes to get you a better fit – rather than the 3in many brands use. As a result you may be a XXXL in HebTroCo rather than an XL in some high street brands.
We’re offering The Governor Jacket in both Regular or Long fit. The Long model adds 4cm (1.6in) to the sleeve length and 3cm (1.25in) to the body length. For fit information purposes, brant (6’2″) is a M Long, Ed (5’8″) is a M Standard. brant wears 34″ waist trousers and Ed 32″
“Chest size” is UK sizing nominal chest size – please compare to your own garments with our dimensions to help you choose what’s best for you.
“Body” is measured 1in below the armpit seam, from side to side of the flat garment.
“Back” is measured from the base of the collar, where it attatches to the jacket, to the lower hem.
“Sleeve” is measured on the outside of the sleeve from the top seam to the end of, and including the cuff.
Care – dry clean only. More here: https://hebtro.co/care/