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ReissuesMade in England Harrington

J7412  
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Our Harrington jacket, made in England like it always has been. Constructed from a tough cotton/poly blend, with all its signature design details: flap pockets, buttoned neck and a tartan lining.

Made in England  / Durable, water-resistant poly/cotton  / Red Stewart Tartan lining  / Buttoned flap pockets  / Internal zip pocket

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We curate Fred Perry's most intrinsic designs and manufacture them here in England, where it all started. We’re proud to support local factories and manufacturers, whose meticulous care and expertise go into making each product just as it should be. The Harrington first came about in 1930s Britain, but it was the mods of the ‘60s who gave it the cult status it has today. Paired with the Fred Perry Shirt, it became a true piece of tough, hardwearing uniform; the red tartan lining a subtle two fingers to the establishment.

  • 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton
  • Machine Wash
Style
J7412
Colour
Stone

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— UK next working day delivery [Free]
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— UK Saturday or Sunday delivery [£6]

More Information
Colour Description Stone
SKU J7412-920
Fabric Composition 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton
Hero 920
Keywords coat, jacket, giacca, veste, coats, jackets
Washable Instructions Machine Wash
Collection Reissues
Gender Womens
Bullet 1 Made in England 
Bullet 2 Durable, water-resistant poly/cotton 
Bullet 3 Red Stewart Tartan lining 
Bullet 4 Buttoned flap pockets 
Bullet 5 Internal zip pocket
Further Reading

We curate Fred Perry's most intrinsic designs and manufacture them here in England, where it all started. We’re proud to support local factories and manufacturers, whose meticulous care and expertise go into making each product just as it should be. The Harrington first came about in 1930s Britain, but it was the mods of the ‘60s who gave it the cult status it has today. Paired with the Fred Perry Shirt, it became a true piece of tough, hardwearing uniform; the red tartan lining a subtle two fingers to the establishment.

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