The new Aero Stockman shares a similar look as the Veste des Rallye. This jacket however is a longer, slimmer jacket more in common with 1920's styling than the 1960's Rallye styling.
Inspiration for this jacket came from an old Sears catalogue from the late 1920's, in which we found several appealing and stylish versions of this style. We have decided on a "hybrid" of these late 20's coats.
Our version has two large patch pockets, four hand-sewn buttons, with proper keyhole buttonholes (as they used to be done, unlike more modern manufacturers). The sleeves have a straight line cuff effect, plain but stylish.
Three leather sections make up the back: an upper straight yoke (8" deep) with two large panels finished with typical 1920's top stitch feature effect.
The whole of the garment is lined with imported Peruvian Alpaca wool as we assume this jacket would we worn more as an overcoat in the colder climates. The middle of the range size/length is 32"; this will vary slightly for smaller and larger sizes.