This jacket was made by Ralph lauren, with a design inspired by point blanket mackinaws. It has a shawl collar, flecked cotton material, with snaps which reference the early printed designs found on Filson fasteners and buttons based on early Duxbak designs. Really covering all the early outdoorsman influences
This coat was made by Ralph Lauren under the Polo label. It is made of a cotton/ linen blend in a design which is a blend between WWI US peacoats and civilian models of the pre-war era. The coat is double breasted, with handwarmer pockets, flapped cargo pockets and a flapped ticket pocket. The back is belted. It has anchor buttons and a “Finest Marine Supplies” patch on the sleeve. The coat is lined in fleece.
This jacket was made for Ralph Lauren, with a design based on 1910s-1920s hunting coats. It has leather trimmed pockets, with leather belts on the large cargo pockets. It has a flap on small bellows pockets, which on an original coat would be for shotgun shells, but which have been enlarged for street usage on this coat. The pocket overlapping the center button operates like a flight suit or motorcycle jacket map pocket, rather than opening to an internal game pouch like an original. This has not one, but two internal game pouches, one in between the outer shell and inner lining, like coats of the 1910s, and one with an open top and hook closure between the lining and the wearer, like on coats made in the 1930s and on.
This vintage Ralph Lauren jacket is made from brown corduroy, with double flapped breast pockets, a throat latch, and a pleated belt back. It is unlined, with taped seams and was made in the USA. There are 3-1/2″ of material in the cuff and it appears they have been previously shortened.
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 jacket was made in Italy for Ralph Lauren around 2007 and was sold under the Polo label. It is white with a slubby corded texture, pleated patch pockets and a belted back. It is half-lined, like the original 1930s jackets it is based on. While tagged a size 44, I’ve had a couple of these jackets over the years, and they’ve all run small. With a 44″ chest measurement, this best fits someone who wears a size 40.
This coat was made in the USA for Ralph Lauren, and was sold under the Polo label. It has a mouton shawl collar, a double breasted cut, handwarmer pockets with leather reinforcement, flapped cargo pockets, and a buffalo plaid lining.
This jacket was made for Ralph Lauren and was sold under the Polo label. Based upon a 1930s jacket, it is reversible – one side is herringbone wool, the other cotton twill. It is belted back with side adjusters on both sides. The herringbone side has handwarmer pockets and the khaki side has patch pockets. The adjuster belts at the cuffs pass through slits so they are usable on both sides.
This coat was made for Ralph Lauren and was sold under the Polo label. It is based upon a c. 1915 shawl collar blanket mackinaw made by Guiterman Bros. The coat is double breasted, with a shawl collar, leather trimmed handwarmer pockets, flapped cargo pockets and a belted waist. In keeping with the original upon which this style was based, it is unlined. The original retail of this coat was $1195.
This jacket was made by Ralph Lauren under the Polo label, and has a design heavily influenced by sporting jackets of the 1930s, with its buttoned collar extension tab, saddlebag pockets and belt-back. Tagged a size M, this measures out a a size 36.
Chest (pit to pit): 20″ (doubled = 40)
Shoulder to shoulder: 18-1/2″
Sleeve (shoulder to cuff): 24″
Length (base of collar to hem): 31″