»Ireland's traditional quality linen« stands out from the ordinary and is ideal for this simple, summery men's jacket. The herringbone pattern in light natural shades matches the sporty cut with spacious bellow pockets. Lateral pleats in the shoulder area provide a lot of freedom of movement. A storm flap, which can be buttoned when the collar is turned up or stored inside the cover, is a useful detail. Two inner pockets are worked into wide outer fabric covers, one of which secures its contents with a zip. The back length for size 50 is 79 cm.
The tradition of manufacturing linen in Ireland dates back to the 17th century. Only a few remaining weavers, such as Emblem Weavers, still continue it today. The high quality of Irish linen has always been particularly appreciated. Since there is no longer any local cultivation, the raw material used is mainly first-class, long-fibre flax from Belgium or northern France. The fibres are very homogeneous and thus, in addition to an elegant shine, a high tensile strength and durability are achieved. Linen cools and breathes when woven.