"Hemingway" Jacket, Heavy Brown's Beach Fabric
From Freewheelers: "What Freewheelers seeks is a new value not found in any clothing in modern times, even in any vintage clothing. We travel through the stories of the clothes that made America so that we can produce the clothing radiating in our daily lives.
"The pioneers left Hudson Bay or the East Coast and they were gradually fascinated with its majestic beauty while they carved out the untouched vast wilderness in front of them. They wore woolen textiles and tailored clothing [that] originated in European garment culture.
"Great Lakes Garment Manufacturing Company is a brand to help explore the magnificent historiography of such American clothing."
- Inspired by the historic Norfolk jacket, originally introduced in the 1860s as a loose-fitting hunting jacket designed for warmth and ease of movement during outdoors activities
- Heavyweight Brown's beach fabric made using thick thread in a low gauge knit
- 70% wool / 30% cotton
Made in Japan
THIS PRODUCT IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE, AND IS NOW VIEWABLE ONLY AS PART OF OUR HISTORICAL ARCHIVE.