Brook Taverner Stranraer Harris Tweed Tiles Jacket
Harris Tweed quality is found on Brook Taverner jackets. On this Stranraer jacket, the rafters are navy, and the inner lining is red in polyester and viscose. The jacket closes with 2 buttons.
Harris Tweed jackets are stamped with the Orb Mark (logo) which guarantees the origin of the virgin wool. It was dyed, spun and woven by hand on Lewis Island in the Western Isles (Scotland), preserving a tradition that began in the late 18th century. This thick and warm Scottish fabric has been designed by the inhabitants of these islands to protect themselves from harsh climates. Tweed has become famous and trendy since Queen Victoria's husband, Prince Albert wore one in 1848.
The woven fabric is made in Scotland. Brook Tavern stands out with its strict lines and sober colours.
Regular cut, slightly fitted.
Non-contractual photo: the vest is not available for sale.
This article is a special order. Sizes may still be available in our shops or delivered within 2 months by our supplier. An order remains possible, contact our Customer Service 02 98 85 47 37.
European sizes measurements:
|Chest width (in cm)||105||108||113||118||123||128||133|
|Waist* width (in cm)||95||100||105||110||115||120||125|
*20.5cm below armpits
Brook Taverner Ltd is a highly respected designer and manufacturer of high quality male and corporate clothing. Thanks to significant investments in all aspects of the business, their willingness and their ability to adapt to market conditions, they have gained first-class credibility in the European market.
The brand only offers collections available from stock. All fabrics have the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 eco-label. Brook Taverner wants to unite her passion for fabric and clothing with an obsession with detail and performance.
The company is based on three fundamental principles: quality, service and value.