Mens Full Back Wool Tweed Vest Brown from Ireland
- A brown tweed vest crafted from 100% wool & 100% viscose lining.
- Use size chart graphic to select your best fit
- Features an adjustable buckle on the back.
- From Muckross House in Killarney Co. Kerry, Ireland.
- Ships same day within the USA!
Become a true Irishman when you put on this brown tweed vest! This classy Irish vest features a textured herringbone design with a subtle red and blue plaid. It has five leather covered buttons and two useful pockets on the front. The tweed vest is crafted from 100% wool with a 100% viscose lining. It features an adjustable strap on the back providing you with the perfect fit! The tweed vest is crafted at Mucros in Killarney Co. Kerry, Ireland! Mucros has created quality accessories for over thirty years using premiere Irish yarns from wool, alpaca and mohair for the finest products! Get this great brown tweed vest for a traditional Irish style! Sizing is as follows: Center back length: Small: 23 ¼”, Medium: 23 5/8”, Large: 24”, XL: 24 3/8”, 2XL: 24 ¾”. Chest at Underarm: Small: 20 7/8”, Medium: 22”, Large: 23 ¼”, XL: 24”, 2XL: 25 ¼”.
- weight material
The vest arrived quickly and exactly as described. Excellent quality and plenty warm
tá áthas orainn - we are delighted to hear your choice was a winner! Enjoy!
Looked long and hard for
Looked long and hard for this vest from domestic sources. Finally found exactly what I was looking for. Excellent quality, true to size, classically tailored, delivered ahead of schedule. Keep up the good work.
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Very well made and nicely
Very well made and nicely finished. Medium weight material. Size runs small.
Looks Great Over Just a Tee Shirt
Fits well. Looks great. I'm adding a recoil pad to use this one for shooting. I have another one in charcoal I wear for dress.
Excellent fit and looks great.
Received the vest last week, loved it so much that I purchased the matching hat. Hat was delivered today. I am very pleased with both items. I visited Muckross House in Killarney in 2015 so this brings back wonderful memories.