Patchwork Hunting Coat
If you spent much time at the Woody Creek Tavern in Aspen in the ë80s, you probably got a decent look at this coat.
Corner booth, behind a Chivas Regal or a gin with cranberry.
Its wearer (rumors say) sometimes autographed books by firing a bullet through them.
Cleared out the bar for 72 hours once by setting off a smoke bomb.
Oh, and he wrote some really great stuff.
Thatís the important part.
That and this signature jacket youíll see in a lot of old photos.
A kind of autograph in its own right.
Distinctive. Functional. Fit for legends or for the ones who write about them. And especially for the ones who are both.
Patchwork Hunting Coat (No. 7196). Inspired by well-loved and ultra-coveted vintage patchwork hunting jackets, presented here in a striking array of corduroys, canvases, and twills. With true hunting jacket credentials including a chest pocket with applied shell pocket and wo bellow waist pockets (one with an extra shell pocket). Gusset at underarm for improved movement. Elbow and shoulder patches. Back game pockets. Corozo vintage-style buttons. Imported.