All of those who have handled this jacket can see themselves buying it, as it's a combination of utility, price, and quality that just commands attention. Valued for its warmth, roomy fit and durability, this style of work jacket dates back to the 18th century, when it was initially worn by Cornish miners and then adopted by laborers in Ireland.
A loose-fitting jacket with a four-button front closure, it has side vents for freedom of movement, generous front and breast patch pockets, and sleeves that can be rolled at the cuff.
Made with 12 oz denim with double-stitched seams for strength and wear resistance, it has been pre-washed for a broken-in feel, and has a soft cotton flannel lining for cool-weather warmth. Suitable for men or women, it is rugged enough for work use, yet stylish enough to wear about town.
Excellent value in a well-constructed garment, still made in Ireland from European cloth by Lee Valley
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