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Woodstock Wool/Cashmere Jacket
Stay warm outdoors in cold weather. This jacket—crafted in the USA—pairs a hardy 14-oz. wool/cashmere-blend body with soft, supple calfskin reinforcement and trim in key areas. The result is a jacket that is both warm and breathable for comfort when you're active. Wool-blend houndstooth upper-body lining and acetate/cotton-lined lower body and sleeves for easy on-and-off. Two-way zip front with button-secured wind flap. Four exterior pockets; two secure interior pockets, including a cell phone pocket. Two snap-secured rear vents. Men's winter coat in dark olive. Wool/cashmere/polyester. Dry clean. USA. Regular even sizes 46. About 32½" long in size 42.
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Rating Snapshot(7 reviews)
6 of 7(86%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Woodstock Wool/Cashmere Jacket
Review 1 for Woodstock Wool/Cashmere Jacket
Not As Expected,
October 9, 2012
from San Fancisco, CA
"Although well constructed this was not what I wanted. Neveertheless, Orvis return and credit was easy and fast."
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Review 2 for Woodstock Wool/Cashmere Jacket
Tent sale bargain.,
April 7, 2012
from South of England UK
"This is a beautiful coat for what I paid for it (less than half price). I would not have even considered it at full price (nearly £900) but it is warm, comfortable and stylish as well as being very well made. Nor do I expect to see too many more."
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Review 3 for Woodstock Wool/Cashmere Jacket
Finest quality and great look,
November 22, 2011
from Portland, OR
"This is the jacket that gets me more compliments than all other clothing items I own. It's exudes quality and has a timeless look and design to it.. the workmanship is like the finest US or Italian made suits I own, and the materials are of the finest quality. I've had it now for nearly 1 year and had it dry cleaned twice with a leather specialist... the only drawback is that it's not easy to find places qualified to clean it and the leather will dry out a bit... you just need to condition it. Wears well however and looks as good as new."
"This is a quality coat. It is warm but light and comfortable. The sleeve length is perfect. The leather accents have a beautiful feel and quality. What more can I say, the coat to buy. I am glad I did!!"
"The fact Lone Pine created the Woodstock jacket was my initial assurance of quality. I have two all-leather Lone Pine coats I bought in Colorado a few years ago, and like their fit and quality of construction. When I saw this coat in wool, and since it looked very similar to an all-leather version I have, I took a chance. The coat is very well proprotioned and the coat was assmbled with care and pride. It is distinctive looking for the Midwest, whcih I like. The sleeves are a perfect length and the body is not too full despite my being a fairly slim 6'4" male. I like the leather accent piping that gives it even more distinction and the color of wool has a very "country estate" flair. It's a real keeper and I would recommend it without hesitation."
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Review 6 for Woodstock Wool/Cashmere Jacket
a fine outdoorsman jacket,
September 22, 2010
from Portland OR
"What can I say, it's worth every penny. Top grade materials, stitching, leather trim and best of all US Made in California by Lone Pine. Works great in the cold and even a light rain.. the leather doesn't stain from getting wet. The primary material a mix of wool and cashmere is very soft and dense, not like you see in less expensive wool jackets. The buttons, zipper and lining materials all seem very high quality. The hounds tooth which makes up part of the lining on the inside is also beautiful. My only complaint is I wish it had a way to narrow the waste a bit, either a pull string or maybe some kind of side buttons that give it more of a waste."
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Review 7 for Woodstock Wool/Cashmere Jacket
A masterpiece - if you're built for it.,
November 26, 2009
"Criticizing the new Woodstock Jacket is like faulting a child who brings home a straight-A report card by saying "Why aren't these grades A-plus?" The Woodstock is a straight-A jacket, handsome and classy and well made. But for $1,000 I wanted something A-plus, and it didn't quite achieve that. I returned it, reluctantly. My biggest problem was the sleeves, which were way too long for me. I'm 5'11" but the sleeves came halfway to my knuckles. I measured the inseam and found it to be 19 inches, whereas my suit and sport jackets are 17 inches. I considered having it tailored, but the leather trim at the cuff makes this impractical - if not impossible. I also would have liked to be able to reach my hands into the rear end of the patch pockets, but there is no lateral access. If you want to warm your hands or rest your arms you have reach straight down, which is awkward. And I would have liked a waist-cinch that allowed the wearer to give the middle a little more definition. (Vanity, vanity, but hey: this a thousand-dollar item.) I also had difficulty with the zipper, though maybe that's because it was brand new. But enough fault-finding! Let me now sing this jacket's praises. It's a head-turner. Orvis calls it "olive," but I would call it classic loden - just right for a stroll in the Tyrol or around Aspen. The wool-cashmere material is very substantial yet light, and the abundant leather trim is top-notch: a glossy and rich mahogany. The stitching is excellent and the houndstooth lining is of a quality most jacket's exteriors should aspire to. I'm hoping Orvis reissues this jacket with shorter sleeves and double-entry main pockets. I'll be the first in line."