• 1930s style
• Slimmer fit
• Zip closure
• Two deep moleskin lined hand-warmer pockets
• Waist panel
• Double vented back
• Side adjusting straps
• Pictured left in Russet Vicenza Horsehide
"The Cossack", takes it's inspiration from the sports jackets of the 1930s . Our new design team have created a unique jacket that, although not a reproduction of any particular original 1930s jacket, would fit seamlessly into the advert from a 1935 Sears catalogue in the picture bar. Our short Cossack leather jacket closes by a genuine deadstock Talon zipper, a fairly new invention in the early 1930s, the zippers we use actually date from the 1950s but are identical to the zippers of the late 1930s. The jacket has two deep handwarmer pockets lined on Moleskin, giving both warmth and security, the unusual back design features two hidden pleats while the side adjustment uses an inverted "Vee" panel construction, a throwback to the military flight jackets of the early 1920s. The result is a practical and stylish Winter jacket.
This is a 1930s style in a slightly larger cut than our other ladies' styles.
We typically recommend selecting your usual size for this style to achieve the intended fit.
Don’t worry, all sizing information displayed here is only a guide. Every order placed is checked over by a member of our production team who will confirm your size selection against your measurements or recommend any necessary changes that need to be made. If you have any specific queries, you can note these in the special instructions box on the ‘measurements’ page when placing your order.