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St. Michael Harrington
St. Michael Harrington
Vendor Harrington

St. Michael Harrington

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Ecru
Our Fits

Most of our jackets were created during a time when sizing all over the place. To help standardize our fits, we've painstakingly measured each piece to give you the true, modern size.

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  • details
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  • Every closet needs a Harrington. 'Nuff said.

  • Model is 6’3, 165 lbs and typically wears a Medium.


    CHEST
    SHOULDER SLEEVE
    LENGTH
    41.25 in
    19.75 in
    24 in
    25.25 in
    105 cm
    50 cm
    61 cm
    65 cm
  • Brand: St. Michael
    Fabric: Cotton / Polyester
    Condition: Excellent

  • Great for the warmer months or layering.

    LIGHT
    MEDIUM
    HEAVY

The Harrington Jacket

The Harrington Jacket

The first Harrington jacket was allegedly made in the 1930s by the British clothing company Baracuta. Elvis Presley popularized the Baracuta G9 in his 1958 movie King Creole. The jacket got the nickname "Harrington" from the character Rodney Harrington in the 1960s prime time soap opera, Peyton Place. Worn less frequently these days, the stylishly-fitting jacket can still be found in the right fashion circles.

The Utility Jacket

The Utility Jacket

Utility jackets were first developed in the early 20th century for American farmhands, who, understandably, spent a lot of time working outside. As a result, they needed something warm and protective, with lots of pockets to stow their tools. While they continue to be worn as workwear, they've also become a widespread everyday jacket for their versatile look and lightweight feel.

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