This vintage plaid mackinaw was made in the 1930s. It has a button front, with six pockets, two of which share the pocket flaps of the larger patch pockets upon which they are mounted. The coat has an unusual cutaway collar with loop closure. It has a caped back, with side entry game pouch and extended double sleeve/cuffs. Several versions based on this original model of coat have been produced by Ralph Lauren under both the RRL and Polo lines.
This jacket was made for Ralph Lauren and was sold under the Polo label. It is based on a 1920s-1930s hunting coat, with a shawl collar a seven pocket front and rear game pouch. It has doubled sleeves and caped shoulders. It’s made of a heavy knit cotton fabric.
This vintage double mackinaw mas made by Soo Woolen Mills of Michigan in the 1930s. It is an early style, with a broad collar, a caped front, and four pocket front, with game pocket in back. There is heavy fading and moth damage, and despite cleaning, the coat still smells like campfire. This coat saw heavy abuse in its day. It is unlined, with unusual seam taping only partially up the front. Perfect for the vintage outdoors or workwear look.