This vintage coat was made by the Soo Woolen Mills of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan in the 1930s. It has a belted back, rear access game pouch, double breasted closure, and wide spaced handwarmer pockets. It is made from heavyweight mackinaw wool with a plaid lining.
Chest (pit to pit): 25″ (doubled = 50″)
Shoulder to shoulder: 19-1/4″
Sleeve (shoulder to cuff): 25″
Length (base of collar to hem): 29″
This vintage robe is made from cream colored wool, with a blue satin collar, cuffs and pocket tops, cord trim and belt and embroidered dragons on the back and sleeves. It has a monogrammed breast pocket and full striped lining.
This mackinaw coat was made recently, with a design taken from work mackinaws of the 1930s, with a belted, pleated back, handwarmer pockets, a double breasted front and flapped cargo pockets. It is made from lighter weight, softer material than the originals and is lined.
This vintage hunting jacket was made by the Woolrich Woolen Mills in the mid-late 1940s. It has their wartime style pre (R) label, with the Woolrich branded snaps and asymmetrical breast pockets, helping to narrow down the dating to around 1946-48.
This vintage raincoat is made from heavy rubberized canvas, with a wool collar. It has raglan shoulders, a typically European buttoned tab closure rather than a more traditional fully buttoned front, epaulettes and a large D pocket map pocket. There is a tag reading “36”, but with an extra large 52″ chest, this would best fit around a US 46.
This vintage chesterfield overcoat was made by Brooks Brothers in the 1960s (between mid 1962 and 1968). The styling is straight out of the early 1930s, with lazy peak lapels, conservative dimensions and a fly front. If the union label wasn’t there, I would swear it was made decades earlier.