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This stylish jacket has a tartan patterned lining that is taken from the Scottish plains.
The Harringston jacket is a short model of jacket that ends at the waist. Usually the jacket is made of cotton, polyester, suede or wool. One thing that distinguishes Harringston jacket is that the lining usually has a tartan pattern (also called bulletproof) or other grid pattern.
In the United Kingdom, the jacket began to be manufactured as early as the 1930s and was then primarily intended as golf jackets. The jacket was then gaining popularity around the world when Elvis Presley wore a Harringston jacket in the 1958 movie King Creole.
During the 1950s, the jacket became a big part of the American Ivy League style. The Harringston jacket has since emerged in trends in leather heads, scooterboys and ragger culture. Nowadays you can see Harrington jackets in different shapes around most clothing styles.
The fabric has a matte material.
65% Polyester 35% Cotton
Lining 100% Acrylic
Arm lining 100% Polyester
Cuffs 69% Acrylic 31% Polyester