The Buffalo Plaid, Red and Black Checkered Plaid, Mackinaw Plaid or in Dutch 'Houthakkers' (Lumberjack) Plaid has been a staple fabric for the outdoors in North America ever since the mid 19th century. This time done in a more bomber style jacket.
- Original ca. 1980s wool outer Checkered zip Jacket
- Size: L
- Great vintage condition with some pilling but no stains or repairs
- Measurements: arms 68cm, pit to pit 69cm, shoulders 54cm, back 70cm
- Please follow this link to our Size Guide
Woolrich has rich history spanning over 190 years of making everything you need to enjoy the outdoors. Their focus has always been on crafting fine and warm wool not only for people who enjoy an outdoor lifestyle but also the US Army when they were called upon to help. John Rich started milling wool out of Plum Run Pennsylvania in 1830. Woolrich were the very first to make garments in what they called Buffalo Check in 1850, a combination of black and red checkered patterns and which we have come to associate with classical American outdoor apparel ever since. During the First World War the help out by making blankets for the US Army. 1925 sees the birth of the Pennsylvania Tuxedo in other words a Buffalo Checkered wool pants, coat and hat! In 1939 Woolrich helps to outfit the US Antarctic Service Expedition which establishes bases on the coldest continent on earth. When the Second World War breaks out, Woolrich again provides blankets as well as socks and coats for the US troops. Up to today Woolrich makes clothing which is both stylish and functional. At Concrete Matter we love their timeless made in USA pieces and they have become one of our most cherished brands ever since we found our first Woolrich Buffalo Plaid Mackinaw.
- The Netherlands: EUR 5,- Free over EUR 50,- (Free returns)
- Europe: EUR 11,- to EUR 22,50 Free over EUR 150.-
- Rest of the World: EUR 25,- Free over EUR 200,-
Please follow this link for full shipping and return info and for estimated delivery times. Or pick up in one of our stores.