Hardcore Luxury®

WeatherWool ShirtJac in pure wool merino Jacquard Fabric
WeatherWool ShirtJac in pure wool merino Jacquard Fabric
WeatherWool ShirtJac in pure wool merino Jacquard Fabric
WeatherWool ShirtJac in pure wool merino Jacquard Fabric
WeatherWool ShirtJac in pure wool merino Jacquard Fabric
WeatherWool American made Merino WeatherWool ShirtJac Wool, hunting, birding
WeatherWool ShirtJac in pure wool merino Jacquard Fabric
WeatherWool ShirtJac in pure wool merino Jacquard Fabric
ShirtJac
ShirtJac
WeatherWool Merino Jacquard Fabric Palette
ShirtJac

ShirtJac

Description

Please note:  This is a new product, very similar to our Shirt, but with an old name. What we used to call the ShirtJac we now call a Shirt ... and the ShirtJac, which we have not made yet (except for several custom orders!), will have changes described below. Because we have not yet made this item in production, all the photos on this page are of the Shirt. As soon as we've made some ShirtJacs, we'll get new photos up. We could have made this a Pipeline item, but we'll definitely do it, and we've actually already made by special request very similar changes to several Shirts. Those requests are a main reason for this new ShirtJac in the first place.

The new ShirtJac is priced at $525 for sizes up to 2X. Size 3X, $545. If you'd like a ShirtJac in a larger size, please contact us directly.

When next we make the ShirtJacs (and Shirts), we plan some changes:

  • What we used to call the ShirtJac will not change, but we will call it a Shirt
  • The ShirtJac will have:
    • Large Handwarmer pockets entered by a "slash" at the waist
    • Inner Chest Slash Pouch-Pockets, one of which will be secured with zipper. The other inside pocket will be open at the top to accommodate large mobile phones
    • Slot Buttons under the rear of the collar of the ShirtJac so the Double Hood or even Mouton Hood can be attached
    • Shirt tails that are more squared, like a jacket rather than a shirt

    If you are interested in a ShirtJac please backorder at a price of 0, with no obligation. Please click for Production Status or a snapshot of our overall Inventory.

    Our ShirtJac will of course be made of our own Merino Jacquard Fabric, the softest tough Fabric anywhere (Hardcore Luxury®), and is offered in either MidWeight or FullWeight versions. Please click for information about FullWeight vs MidWeight Fabric.

    Features:

    • Large handwarmer pockets with "slash" entry, secured by zippers
    • Front chest pockets (on the outside) with modest bellows and button-down flaps ... deep enough for a big phone, although most phones will be too large to button the flap over the top of the phone
    • Additional chest pockets inside the ShirtJac, the outline of which will be hidden behind the outer chest pockets. One of the inner pockets will be secured by zipper and one will have an open top to accommodate a tall mobile phone
    • Collar with hidden Slot Buttons to secure a Hood
    • Collar can be buttoned down or flipped up, and is substantial enough that if you fold it up you will notice the extra warmth around your neck
    • The cuffs are secured by either of two buttons that enable adjustment. The adjustment is particularly useful when coordinating the cuffs with gloves, mittens or a base layer with a monkey-paw (thumbhole sleeve)
    • Sleeves cut long for better coverage and to let you pull your hands inside
    • Indestructible melamine slot buttons secure the center front, chest pockets and cuffs
    • Cut long and generous 
    • FullWeight ShirtJac in size Large should weigh a little more than 3 lbs (1.36 kg)
    • MidWeight ShirtJac in size Large should weigh a little more than 2 lbs 6 oz (1.08 kg)

    Available in FullWeight Fabric in Solid Colors Black, Drab and Duff as well as Lynx Pattern.  Also available in MidWeight Fabric in Solid Drab Color and in Lynx Pattern.

    Sizing

    ShirtJac Reviews (these are actually reviews of the Shirt ... no ShirtJac reviews yet because we have not yet actually made it. Sorry if any confusion.)

    Details about WeatherWool Construction

    Care and Cleaning

      

    22 January 2021