Wildfell’s men’s Harris Tweed™ hacking jacket, as designed, incorporates a center back pleat and generously cut sleeve heads to give the mounted hunter full range of movement. And speaking of range, its signature 500 g/m Harris Tweed™ shell is woven to take thorn and thistle, but light enough for the garment to be worn indoors from late Fall to early Spring.
- Medium weight, 500 g/m Harris TweedTM wool shell
- 100% creped satin silk lining
- Ghillie tab collar
- Center back pleat
- Outside flapped hip pockets, and flapped ticket pocket on right side
- Welted chest pocket, left side
- Three button front
- Working sleeve cuffs
- Single vented
- Underarm shields
- Barcelona pockets, left and right sides
- Genuine horn buttons
Dry Clean Only
About the Colors
Autumn Brown evokes the lower key hues of Vermont’s landscape in late October. The spectacular, divinely inspired color and light show of our sugar maple, and yellow and white birch under clear, sun-filled skies has ended. Partridge coverts are now more expansive after leaf-fall, and mounted hunting’s formal season is mid-stride. Snow often covers the higher elevations in the morning, reminding you that Thanksgiving and Christmas are on the way. It’s the best of times.
Woodland Green mirrors the color palette of a Vermont hardwood forest, harkening back to tweed’s sporting roots inasmuch as it blends into the landscape. You’ll know what we mean if you visit Green Mountain National Forest in June and hike the trails near where Robert Frost left his mark. The good thing is that Woodland Green blends with the civilized landscape just as easily. It truly is an all-rounder.