I purchased this Jacket 2 months ago and it fits so nicely. It works great as layers, wear under an overcoat or ski jacket or in the office under a collared shirt. I have received so many compliments on the jacket. It is sleek, warm , and stretches' and fits like a glove.
Embrace dapper charm, with Saffron Park in emerald green. This mock neck jacket has a full zipper to keep the cold out, and it boasts interesting details on the pockets, cuff, and collar. You’ll appreciate the warmth and comfort each time you slip it on. Pair Saffron Park with jeans and a tee for a walk in the park.
Model is 6'2" with a 40" Chest and is wearing size M, Regular fit
- Full Zip Mock Jacket
- 55% Cotton / 45% Acrylic
- 6-Way Stretch
- Signature Tailored Fit
- Matte Black Rubber Coated Zipper Pull
- Matte Black Rubber Coated Leather Patch Logo
- Hand Wash: Hand wash cold, do not bleach. Dry flat in shade. Warm iron if needed.
We accept returns or exchanges within 30 days, of unworn, unwashed, undamaged, or defective merchandise.
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For your holiday gifting convenience, orders placed Oct 19th 2021 thru Dec 25th 2021 may be returned or exchanged any time before January 10th 2022.
I have been a Buttercloth customer for a couple years now. I've been hooked on their shirts and recently their Icy Cotton masks, but I have to say they've really changed the game again with their jackets. Similar technology, when I put on it's just a world of comfort. And the 6-way stretch is amazing too. All in all, price point justified for a durable and comfortable jacket like this, I will get more! Can't wait to see what else Buttercloth will be making this year.
Grab & Go
Casual or classic, this jacket is a must and a no brainer when on the go. I love being able to run out the door, grabbing this jacket as my go-to regardless of the destination. And although it’s still new, I continue to get compliments on it. Thanks Buttercloth for always keeping me in style!
A Buttery Epigram
There once was a young tailor named Tran,
Who moved to LA from a country named Nam.
He cut and sowed cloths, all day and all night.
Not stopping until he spun cotton into butter.
He sought funds to expand, from an ocean of sharks
He would land a large fish, at the end of his net.
They sold shirts online by the thousands.
With sizes and shapes that fit every wearer.
He’d make masks for a bug they called “COVID”.
What comes next on this excellent journey.
Many would wish for a new cloth to remember,
Perhaps nifty pants for its members.