Stan Ray Chore Jacket Black Herringbone
The origins of the chore jacket stem from late nineteenth century France, where this style of outer garment was ideal for the tough physical work of labourers, railroad workers + farmers. Cut from cotton twill herringbone - a traditional workwear fabric used by several militaries during + after WWII - the Stan Ray chore jacket is a modern interpretation of a historic style.
Four front pockets with woven label
Front button fastening
Please note this is traditional men’s sizing as all Stan Ray outerwear.
Male model is 6’1” with a 32” waist + wears a size Large.
Female model is 5’11” with a 26” waist + wears a size Small.