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Jacket: Cricket Jacket Classic | John Crocket | Fine British Clothing
Jacket: Cricket Jacket Classic | John Crocket | Fine British Clothing
Jacket: Cricket Jacket Classic | John Crocket | Fine British Clothing
Jacket: Cricket Jacket Classic | John Crocket | Fine British Clothing
Jacket: Cricket Jacket Classic | John Crocket | Fine British Clothing
Jacket: Cricket Jacket Classic | John Crocket | Fine British Clothing
Jacket: Cricket Jacket Classic | John Crocket | Fine British Clothing
Jacket: Cricket Jacket Classic | John Crocket | Fine British Clothing

Cricket Jacket Classic

  • 60% Wool, 40% Cotton
  • Lining: 100% Viscose
  • Real horn buttons (contains non-textile parts of animal origin)
  • Woven by the Moon weaving mill in England
3-button single-breasted jacket, double back slits, 3 outside pockets, 2 large and 2 small inside pockets.

The cricket jacket is the eye-catcher of spring and accompanies you perfectly through the summer. The stripes look elegant and playful at the same time and let you blaze in a colourful shine. You will definitely look your best with this jacket!

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Material description

Moon Tweed

In 1837, the Abraham Moon Mill was founded in Great Britain. Today it is one of Britain's last remaining vertical wool factories. This means that the Abraham Moon Mill is one of the few that continues to handle all the processes in one location and is therefore known for its constant quality and its innovative design.

What makes Wolle so special?

Wool has a unique structure that gives it a natural elasticity, so that the substances return to their natural shape. Wrinkles and crease folds are also avoided. It can easily absorb up to 30% of its weight in moisture, without feeling moist or clinging. The ability of wool to absorb moisture makes it comfortable under warm as well as under cold conditions. In addition, wool fabrics are tear-resistant and the outer skin of the wool fibre is like a protective film, which gives the wool an improved robustness.

Find out more in our Tweed Dictionary.

Care advices

At 30-40°C you can wash our trousers made of fine cotton and corduroy in the wahing machine with a mild detergent. In addition, they need to be ironed after washing, so that they can regain their original structure and become soft. To avoid damaging of the rib structure of the corduroy wash and iron the trousers to the left. Please note that the trousers are not allowed in the dryer.