Corso Jacket in Pendleton Navy Mid-Century Wool

Sale price$285.00
Fabric: 38

The Corso is an elegant casual jacket with a mid-century vibe. Inspired by Dickie Greenleaf in The Talented Mr. Ripley, it's a brilliant match to dress trousers, casual chinos, and lightweight denim. 

Imagine getting a flawless vintage garment from the 1960s. The cloth has that old-school weight and matte finish. It drapes perfectly and has a inimitable style that you simply can't find today. 
This beautiful pure wool gabardine from Pendleton delivers that exact vibe. Although it was woven in the early 2010s, it's heart and soul are firmly planted in 1965. 
We've sourced a limited quantity of this handsome deadstock cloth. It was woven in Pendleton, Oregon of 100% virgin wool, sourced in the USA. 
Its has a distinct twill weave, a dark navy tone, and a smooth matte finish that exudes vintage American style. Its 9oz weight is just a touch heavier than the typical suiting cloth, and its comfortably wearable all year round. 
This particular cloth has been out of production for almost a decade, so don't miss this opportunity to get a real piece of American history.

The Corso Jacket has one-to-one sizing with the Doyle Jacket. It's fully lined with two interior pockets. The 2-way hip pockets have opening on the side. Its front and cuffs close with light horn resin buttons. 

This piece effortlessly splits the difference between a tailored sportcoat and a casual outerwear piece. It's going to be a versatile asset to your wardrobe.

    Sizing and Measurements

    The Corso is directly based off of our Doyle chore coat. You can order the same size in both shapes.


    Size Chest Shoulder Sleeve Length
    34 18.5" 17" '24" 27"
    36 19.5" 17.5" 24.5" 27.5"
    38 20.5" 18" 25" 28"
    40 21.5" 18.5" 25.5" 28.5"
    42 22.5" 19" 26" 29"
    44 23.5" 19.5" 26.5" 29.5"
    46 24.5" 20" 27" 30"
    48 25.5" 20.5" 27.5" 30.5"

    All measurements are shown in inches.

    Chest is measured from one seam under the armpit to the other.

    Shoulder is measured from one shoulder seam to the other, on the rear of the jacket.

    Sleeve is measured from the shoulder seam to the end of the sleeve.

    Length is measured from the base of the collar (where it attaches to the jacket) to the bottom of the tail.