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Northland goose jacket, 2/3XL

Northland goose jacket, 2/3XL

Regular price $345.00 USD
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This is a design I dreamed up this past winter.  A lightweight jacket, perfect for spring, summer nights and fall!  I used my traditional chore coat pattern and gave it a slightly boxier fit with cargo style pockets.  The cargo pockets have side access for resting your hands comfortably away from your keys & such.  The weight of this piece is similar to a denim jacket making a perfect staple in your wardrobe!

I almost fell over when I found this Northland feedsack with the goose!  The colors are incredibly vibrant and it's in amazing condition. I paired it with some 8 & 10 oz canvas and vintage cotton from my stash & this combo is everything! It's got a metal zipper, lined hood, macrame beads on the hood strings and  I lined the body of the coat in a vintage cotton for extra comfort.  The feedsack jackets come with special washing instructions, it will need to be washed inside out, in cold water for the life of the coat to preserve the colors.  

I would say that this jacket would best fit someone who typically wears an 2/3XL, please note the measurements below.


Pit to pit, 28.5"

Length from the neckline to the bottom hem, 25.5"

Sleeve, 24" 

I always include full measurements for each garment and people will frequently ask me what the best way to measure themselves is and this is my advice:  I always recommend measuring something similar that you have and love the fit of!  Measuring your body just tells you your actual measurements but it doesn't take into account what level of ease you like in a garment.  I prefer my clothes sit a little loose with lots of ease.  For measuring your garment, lay it flat (if it has an opening, make sure it's fully closed) and measure across armpit to armpit, then from the shoulder to the bottom hem for the length and then the shoulder seam to the wrist for the sleeve length.

For washing instructions, I generally say the best way to take care of vintage textiles is to wash in cold on delicate and hang or lay flat to dry.  This will keep your garment in tip top shape for many years to come.

Thank you for choosing slow fashion and being part of Mother Nature's Army!

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