Sand and Tie Stripe Reversible Harrington Jacket
The Harrington Jacket emerged from the London golf scene in the 1920s - offering performance on the course with a put-together look that translated well into town. We think this equation still adds up; it is The Honourable way.
A custom blend of Cotton and Nylon (~62/35) feels soft on the hand while offering weatherproofing in the form of warmth and water resistance. There's just a touch of stretchy material too.
Our Harrington Jacket is cut with a Raglan sleeve to offer extreme mobility and comfort in the arms and shoulders. The front of the jacket has hunting inspired shell pockets (with secret hidden side pockets behind), as well as a scorecard pocket on the back. The reverse side has slash pockets. Snaps on all the pocket provide an ease of access.
- Fully reversible with two way zipper
- Two way patch pockets on front with hidden snaps as well as custom buttons
- Back welt pocket for a scorecard or rangefinder
- Reverse side features welt pockets with snaps as well as high thread ‘tri-flower’ embroidery
- Custom ‘The Honourable’ tee holding label on front pocket
- Outer fabric is a stretch cotton nylon (62% Cotton, 35% Nylon, 3% Spandex)
- Inner fabric is stretch cotton (98% Cotton, 2% Spandex)
- Custom laser-engraved ‘The Honourable’ buttons throughout
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Go for Birdie or Make Par
Our Harrington Jacket is fully reversible allowing you to stand out or blend in depending on where you lie.
Shell Pockets and Tee Holder
Our hunting inspired shell pockets snap shut for safe storage. They have hidden side entry to tuck your hands from the cold. And of course, our signature "The Honourable" tee holding label.
Welt pocket in the back to perfectly fit a scorecard, yardage book, a range finder, or whatever else you want to keep close but not too close.
The tri-flower emblem represents the roots of the brand: the Red Rose of America, the White Maple Leaf of Canada, the Thistle of Scotland.