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The 1930s style Plainsman Jacket makes the perfect comfortable everyday leather jacket


Estimated production time is currently 12-14 weeks from order confirmation
Base Price:£870.00
Standard size range is 34" to 48" inclusive, other sizes are available by special order

• 1930s style

• Slimmer fit

• Three pockets

• Side buckle waist adjusters

• Half belt back

• Button cuffs

• Pictured left in Black Chromexcel Front Quarter Horsehide

• Great for casual, everyday wear

Since we introduced our 1930s Half Belt back in the 1990s we have often been asked for longer versions of the jacket. Although we can add length to most of our styles we've always felt the best way to make a longer jacket in a slimmer 1930s style was to design a jacket specifically with the extra length that seems to be popular with many customers.

We've taken our original patterns, narrowed the collar slightly, recut the upper body and sleeves, removed the pleats at the waist and repositioned the back half belt to the optimum position for the length and to reflect the longer versions that started to appear in the late 1930s. We've narrowed the sleeve slightly, reshaped but retained the button cuff while the front is one piece, like the shorter version, but with much less slope to the front and with a higher set zipper, again a typical feature of the half belts of this era.

The result of these tweaks is a very stylish but simple jacket, very reminiscent of the late 30s and ideal for everyday wear. Fitted with a cotton lining as standard, this jacket is available with any of our other optional linings. For those who prefer a more elaborate design we've taken this beautifully fitting pattern, made some changes to the panel configuration resulting in a very different looking jacket, The Wayfarer, inspired by an original from the period.

This jacket is a 1930s inspired design which offers a closer fit to the body as was typical of the slimmer fitting styles of this era.

The perceived ‘correct’ fit of the 1930s is generally similar to modern sizing, so we typically recommend selecting your usual size for this style to achieve the intended fit.

We very rarely recommend sizing down.


For further general sizing information, please see our sizing FAQ section. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for there, please get in touch.

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.