Harrington Jackets

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Original Harrington Jacket

A Harrington coat is a lightweight; midsection length coat made of cotton, polyester, fleece or softened cowhide. Plans regularly consolidate customary Fraser plaid or checkerboard-designed coating. History & Manufacturer Most sources express that the Harrington coat was initially outlined in England in the year 1937 by John and Isaac Miller, the authors of Baracuta, in Manchester. Tragically, the name “Harrington coat” didn’t develop until 1964 after a Baracuta G9 was worn by the on-screen character Ryan O’Neal while trying the part [...]

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