Men’s Jacket Chamois Tanned Deer Leather and Wool Felt
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Straight cut. A man’s jacket.
In the men’s style, the front, shoulder yoke and collar are made of deerskin leather. The collar can be worn turned up and has a loop and button for when the weather turns cold.
Deerskin Leather: chamois tanned, hand-dyed.
Our chamois-tanned deerskin leather comes from Kolesch in Biberach, the only tannery left in Germany that still uses hammer-fulling machines. In this process the dye is applied through repeated brushing into the material, very time-consuming work whose end-product is leather with an exceptionally fine, yet hard-wearing surface. Tanning by this method gives the reverse side of the leather a characteristic light yellow shade that is still visible at the edges of the jacket.
An unusually successful combination – leather with fulled yarn.
The front, yoke and collar of the jacket are of deerskin leather, while the back and sleeves are of soft, warm fulled yarn made from 100% pure new wool by Gottstein & Co. in the Tyrol. This comfortable woollen material is an ideal companion to the soft, light-weight leather, which is also used for the generously-cut elbow patches. Further details: five genuine horn front buttons; piped button-holes; the leather collar has a loop and button so it can be worn turned up. Two roomy side pockets. Inside metal zip pocket.
Hack. Leather Goods with Character.
Behind Hack Lederware you find Christoph Hack, founder and fine bag maker with a studio in Cologne. For decades he has been working with a wide variety of leathers. Based on this experience, he designs his garments. For example, Hack exclusively processes leather with natural surfaces from Germany, Italy and Scandinavia into hard-wearing, functional clothing and genuine accessories. This is why the selected skins from cow, horse and deer document traces of animal life such as insect bites or thorny cracks. Such a leather gains it’s much-desired patina by movement and frequent wearing and proves a magnificent example of what happens when a leather garment is allowed to age with honour. It is this natural ageing process that gives Hack jackets their unique look. They are made up at the Hack headquarters in Cologne and a Polish partner company.
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