Chest (pit to pit): 23-1/2″
This vintage jacket was made for the Swedish army, and has paratrooper patches on the collar. It has a beavertail in the back lining, with buttons on the front lining to make sure the jacket doesn’t ride up. There are pockets on the back tails.
This vintage jacket was made in Korea by Sertuchi, who had retail locations in New York and Rome. It’s a very sci-fi inspired flight jacket, with a stand up collar, asymmetrical strap closure front, and leather-look detailing to the shoulder, strap, side adjusters and sleeve pocket.
This vintage leather jacket was made in the mid-late 1940s by Sport Jack from horsehide leather. It is a half-belt style, with a Talon zipper front and both handwarmer and flapped cargo pockets.
This vintage hunting jacket was made in the 1940s by the Hettrick Mfg. Co. of Toldeo, Ohio, under their American Field Gun Coats label. It is made from heavy canvas with a corduroy collar, roughout leather reinforcement at the shoulders and spacious pockets. The game pouch opens with two early manufacture Prentice zippers. At some point, a previous owner has doubled up on the front closure, adding snaps between the buttons. This coat dates from American Field’s glory years, prior to their sale and relocation to North Carolina in the early 1960s.
This vintage jacket was made in Japan in the 1970s for the F.W. Woolworth Co. of New York. Made from brown corduroy, the style is based upon early sporting norfolk jackets. All the belts are sewn down. Tagged a 40, with a 42″ chest, this best fits a 38.
This vintage jacket was made in Yugoslavia in the 1970s by Chess King. It has 1930s proportions and detailing, with a high button stance, moderate peak lapels, double breast pockets and a fancy pleated, belted back. Though tagged a 42, sizing is notoriously inconsistent brand to brand, so refer to the measurements. With a 44″ chest, this best fits a 40.