The Hack­ing Jacket

Plaza Uomo USA - - JOURNAL -

Few things feel more Bri­tish than the tweed jacket. The Hack­ing Jacket is one of the most com­mon types of tweed jack­ets and was orig­i­nally used as a rid­ing jacket for horse­back hunt­ing. The model can be recog­nised by its fit­ted style and slanted pock­ets that of­fer ease of ac­cess when sit­ting on a horse. The cen­tre vent falls nicely and parts when you sit down. In most cases the jacket has three but­tons and is made of rus­tic tweed. This one is from iconic Bri­tish cloth­ing brand Cord­ings of Pic­cadilly.

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