The hunting jacket design is a well-trodden path, and much like the trails they were intended for, stray too far and you might get a bit lost; or in peril of misadventure. Our design stays honest to the earliest examples: paired-back, simple – on track.
The design sits between a heavy woollen shirt and jacket, with a mid-weight 'Mackinaw' blanket cloth to match. Cut hip-length and loose through the body, with a single-piece curved "splay" collar and distinctive patch-pocket layout. It also wouldn't be a hunting jacket without the roomy rear 'game-pocket' for any daily essentials.
The cloth, woven for us in Japan, is a 'Kenpi' (kemp) which retains the natural short, dry, kemp wool fibre which does not dye; these fibres make up the characterful fleck throughout the weave.
Worn with plaids, denim and boots, it is as intended: rugged, outdoorsy; though, when put with a shirt and tie and paired with flannels, it's as at home in town as it is in the great outdoors.