This vintage vest was made in the 1930s-early 1940s by Red Head Brand. It is made from canvas, with a half-moon front entry to the game pouch, large pleated cargo pockets, closed bottomed shotgun shell pockets and two smaller internal patch pockets.
This vintage hunting coat was made between 1933 and 1935 by the Utica Duxbak Corp of Utica, New York. It bears a National Recovery Act (NRA) blue eagle label. The coat is made from heavy canvas with a corduroy collar, double round cargo pockets and a doubled breast pocket. It has access to the game pouch via side flaps as well as a flap over the center button.
This vintage hunting coat was made in the mid 1940s. It is an unusual design, cut short, with a three button front, and a zipper front. The zipper is a Talon of a design used immediately after WWII. The back has flaps to access the internal game pouch and the back of the coat is lined with a salt and pepper type material, as are the pocket flaps.
This vintage hunting jacket was made for L.L. Bean Inc. of Freeport, Maine. It is made of canvas with a corduroy collar, Talon zip breast pocket and handwarmer and cargo pockets. The buttons have been swapped out by a previous owner for USN buttons.
This vintage coat was made by Wallace & Barnes and is based on a 1920s-1930s hunting coat. It has two large cargo pockets, a snapped pocket in the middle and a pleated top pocket. There are contrast green panels and a yellow hood which stows into the collar. It has an internal game pouch, with side entry.
This vintage vest was made in the 1910s-1920s by the L.M. Weed Company of Binghampton, New York under their DryBak label. It is made of high quality canvas with a six button front, closed bottomed shotgun shell pockets and a cinch back.