A tweed overcoat related to the Province of Ulster.
Double-breasted, peak lapel, six-buttons rolled-two, single-vent, cut-pocket, length above the knee. Six-buttons rolled-two means the lapel rolls out all the way down to fasten at the
bottom button. For the outdoors and countryside in cold climes.
- CUT: roomy. Double-breasted with horn buttons; it has 6 or 8 buttons; an elegant half-belt,
- SEAMS, FRONT DARTS
- VENTS: nil. Back box pleat with slits, two deep pleats,
- COLLAR: Large reverses, Ulster collar protecting the neck in inclement weather.
- BELT: adjustable half-belt in the back.
- CUFFS: shirt-like sleeves with cuffs; contrast hand-stitching. Cuffs with half-belts.
- POCKETS: patch or flap pockets.
- LENGTH: long; a few inches above the ground.
- MATERIAL WEIGHT: heavy Donegal Tweed.