Give'r Terry OG Mac Flannel Jacket
Terry’s customized designed Mac Jacket for years of giviner ….
THAT’S A FACT RIGHT THERE SHEET
Jacket name: “Mackinaw coat,” “Timmins Dinner jacket,” "Sudbury Smoking Coat” or “Pendleton shirt.” Many names same beast.
Origin: 1811, made by Metis women in Mackinac, Michigan. Some trader was like, hey ladies sew the British Army some coats! They ran out of blue cloth so they used these red and black plaid blankets, accidentally invented the best fashion item known to man. True story, look it up.
Who wore it best?
Made popular by hunters, fishermen and lumberjacks in the Midwest, Alaska, and Northwest Territories. Marlon Brandon in a movie in the 50’s (my aunt Doreen’s favorite flick), the Beach Boys in the ‘60’s and the Vancouver Park Gangs in the 70’s. Skaters, Surfers, Rockers and Grunge fans in the ‘80’s and ‘90’s. Currently worn by diehard buds who believe in rockin’ the timeless threads, and me, Terry.
Extra heavy weight
420 grams per square meter
Original mac design, 100% brushed double woven cotton
¾ sleeves unlined or full sleeve lined
All Lords Originals are hand made in house by our sewing team, please allow 5-20 business days of production time before shipping.
Sales final, size exchange customers are responsible for all shipping costs plus a 20% restocking fee.
MEN'S ORIGINAL FLANNEL
HOW TO TAKE YOUR MEASUREMENTS
To make sure you get the best fit and avoid size exchanges, ask someone to take your measurements and compare them with our apparel size charts.
Remember, size charts show the size of the finished garment! Please add 1 - 1.5" to your measurements to allow movement in the garment.
Chest - Measure around the fullest part around your chest/stomach below the arm pits, keeping the tape horizontal.
Torso Length - Measure from the top centre back neck below the collar straight down to the bottom centre of your back.
Waist - Measure around the small of your back where your body bends side to side, keeping the tape horizontal.
Sleeve - Measure straight from tip of shoulder point to wrist with the arm in a relaxed position.