A Shooting Jacket Dreem...
Design - This is a fantastic example of a 1940s shooting jacket. The jacket is post WWII and pre 1950 due to the change in the gun club name and the tag. The jacket features all of the typical design features of shooting jackets from this era; the quilted front patch for the gun, the shell pockets and the two front carrying pockets. The jacket is also collarless, has built in cuffs and a built in belted back. The jacket boasts three patches; an circular arm patch, "Visalia Sportsman Association" with crossed rifles and birds, A rectangular "Visalia" patch to signify the chapter and a very large circular patch with an oak tree "Tulare Gun Club" which is the regional chapter. Its a great historical vintage piece to wear as is.
Material - Grey cotton, felt patches, talon zipper.
Maker - "Champion- Original Shooting Jacket, Sanfordized - Shrunk, The Roehm-Roehm Co. Dayton, Ohion"
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*Please double all measurements except arms and length and shoulder
Arm pit to arm pit - 22"
Shoulders - 19 1/2"
Length - 28"
Condition - The jacket is in very good condition. It is likely that it may have never been worn. There have been some moth holes on the patches over time and there is one small rust colored spot on the back bottom right of the jacket, which can bee seen in photo number three. It comes to you in clean, ready-to-wear vintage condition.
A unique piece of 1940s active wear to add to your vintage wardrobe.
Model - Lance Canales
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