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English Woodland Hunters Jacket

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Hunters Jacket from Jack Pyke

Made using Stealth Fabric, which at first glance looks like it couldnt possibly be made from waterproof material. Stealth Fabric is not only waterproof, its also very soft to touch and breathable. The soft fabric allows the hunter to close in on their quarry in almost complete silence. The outer jacket material is brushed tricot 100% Polyester with laminated membrane. Lining of the jacket is brushed mesh polyester & taffeta. Elasticated shrouds at both wrists helps restricting rain from running down your arm when taking aim!

  • Other key features of this jacket
  • Two full length zips, overlap flap
  • Press stud fixings
  • Handy emergency hood concealed in collar pocket
  • Two bellows pockets complete with very useful cartridge holders
  • Two hand warmer pockets
  • One internal chest pocket
  • Fold out attached waterproof seat flap

Available in English Woodland camo design.

Extra small sizes are available in both the English Oak and English Woodland designs.

Although the Jack Pyke Hunters Jacket was developed with the hunter in mind, this jacket can be used for many other outdoor pursuits. With its choice of camo patterns it's the perfect choice for bird watching, wild life photography or just walking in the great outdoors.

Hunters Jacket Size Chart

 

 

Measuring Information:
Take your actual body measurements as they are more accurate than measuring over your clothes.

 

 
 
2XS XS
S
M
L
XL
2XL
3XL
Chest
36-38" 38-40"
40-42"
42-44"
44-46"
46-48"
48-50"
50-52"
Outer seam
29" 29.5"
30"
31"
33"
33.5"
33.5"
34.5"
Inner seam
18" 18.5"
18.5"
19.5"
20"
20.5"
21"
22"
Body Lenth
29" 29.5"
30"
31"
32.5"
32.5"
33.5"
34.5"

 

 

  1. Chest: Measure chest just under arms and across shoulder blades, holding the tape level (don’t hold your breath). Be sure to cross over the shoulder blades and at the fullest part of your chest.

  2. Body Length: - This measurement is taken from the bottom of collar to bottom of jacket hem

  3. Sleeve Length: - Outer seam: You'll need assistance for this one, however this is the most accurate way to measure sleeve length. See help notes*(a)

  4. Sleeve Length: - Inner seam: This measurement is not as accurate as the “Outer seam option” as all jackets vary in style! See help notes*(b)

*(a) Standing up straight, bend your arm at a right angle and place hand on waist- as if you were blocking in a football.

Place one end of the tape measure at the nape of the neck and measure to the shoulder and down the arm to the wrist.

*(b) Place one of your jackets on to a flat surface, now place end of the tape measure under the arm at the point where the fabric comes together, then run the tape along the under arm seam down to the point where the sleeve ends.

Sizes are approx

Hunters Jacket Size Chart

 

 

Measuring Information:
Take your actual body measurements as they are more accurate than measuring over your clothes.

 

 
 
2XS XS
S
M
L
XL
2XL
3XL
Chest
36-38" 38-40"
40-42"
42-44"
44-46"
46-48"
48-50"
50-52"
Outer seam
29" 29.5"
30"
31"
33"
33.5"
33.5"
34.5"
Inner seam
18" 18.5"
18.5"
19.5"
20"
20.5"
21"
22"
Body Lenth
29" 29.5"
30"
31"
32.5"
32.5"
33.5"
34.5"

 

 

  1. Chest: Measure chest just under arms and across shoulder blades, holding the tape level (don’t hold your breath). Be sure to cross over the shoulder blades and at the fullest part of your chest.

  2. Body Length: - This measurement is taken from the bottom of collar to bottom of jacket hem

  3. Sleeve Length: - Outer seam: You'll need assistance for this one, however this is the most accurate way to measure sleeve length. See help notes*(a)

  4. Sleeve Length: - Inner seam: This measurement is not as accurate as the “Outer seam option” as all jackets vary in style! See help notes*(b)

*(a) Standing up straight, bend your arm at a right angle and place hand on waist- as if you were blocking in a football.

Place one end of the tape measure at the nape of the neck and measure to the shoulder and down the arm to the wrist.

*(b) Place one of your jackets on to a flat surface, now place end of the tape measure under the arm at the point where the fabric comes together, then run the tape along the under arm seam down to the point where the sleeve ends.

Sizes are approx