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 coat was made by Ralph Lauren under the Polo label. This one was made in the USA and probably dates to the 1980s. The style is based on a short lived variant on the work mackinaw, popular very briefly in the late 1930s, with a zip front, handwarmer pockets and flapped cargo pockets, a belted back and a zipped split hood. In keeping with the origins, this one is made with unlined construction.
This vintage mackinaw was made by the Shenandoah Tailoring Co. Inc.of Mt. Sidney, Virginia. It is double breasted, with rounded lapels,and flapped handwarmer pockets.It is unlined and bears patches from the ORA and the ROTC.
This coat was made in the USA by Ralph Lauren under their Polo label. It is double breasted, with a belted back, handwarmer pockets and flapped, buttoned cargo pockets. In keeping with the 1930s mackinaws upon which it is based, it is unlined with taped seams.
This vintage coat was made in the mid-1930s by the Woolrich Woolen Mills of Woolrich, Pennsylvania. It features the green bordered Woolrich tag used c.1934-c.1936, the United Carr waver pattern with dots snaps used up through the mid ’30s (replaced by a simplified version in the late 1930s and by a plain top snap by the early 1940s), early style buttons and the asymmetrical breast pockets which were replaced post-war with symmetrical ones. The coat has a mustard colored lining and storm cuffs. The wool used on these earlier production coats is darker in color and heavier in weight than later coats.
This vintage Jeep coat was made during WWII for the US Army. It is made from green canvas with a brown wool lining and collar. It has a shawl collar and a double breasted closure, with a throat latch with a wreath style donut button under the collar.
This vintage coat was made in the 1930s and was sold by the New York based department store Oppenheim Collins. It is double breasted, with cargo pockets and handwarmer pockets featuring scalloped trim. There are buttoned adjuster belts at the cuffs.