Custom Teba Hunting Jacket in Gallowglas & Iron Forest Tweed
The Teba Jacket is our take on the traditional Spanish hunting coat. Made with a soft and wholly unconstructed body, it keeps true to the original with an angled lapel, four-button-front, and shirt sleeve cuffs. This relaxed piece is perfect for business causal to very casual settings, and we slimmed down its typical fit to run entirely consistent with the Doyle and Field Jacket. If you enjoy those shapes, then you can confidently order the same size in this design.
Woven in Ireland by Kerry Woolen Mills (est 1760!) the Gallowglas tweed is named after Gaelic mercenary warriors who wore distinctive chainmail armor in battle. This heavyweight 18oz pure woolen recalls the texture of that armor with a variegated mixture of undyed and charcoal yarns. The cloth has a distinctive and randomized mix of bars and dots that looks incredible in person. It has a soft hand and a thick consistency that stands up to cold winds and will endure for decades.
Woven in Scotland, the Iron Forest Tweed is a gorgeous mix of 65% wool and 35% alpaca. We've offered it for the past few years, and we're down to our last available stock in this brilliant fabric. The base tone is a greycast olive, and a subtle bottle green and maroon check pattern runs throughout. The alpaca gives a soft and and a extra degree of warmth to this mid-weight 14oz fabric.
This is the only Teba jacket that's made in the United States. Each piece is crafted from start to finish at the historic Hickey Freeman factory, by some of the most skilled union craftspeople in the world. We're thrilled to offer this custom garment at a price that's lower than most of its off-the-rack competitors. You can choose your fabric, sizing, length, buttons, and internal seam taping.
Originally popularized by the Count of Teba.. an avid hunter and a close consort of King Alfonso III, these rakish jackets are popular throughout the Spanish countryside. We absolutely love how our slightly modified shape matches effortlessly to denim, rivet chinos, and minimal trainers. It's a comfortable and distinctive alternate to the sportcoat, and there's nothing else on their market that offers our fit or this excellent quality-to-price ratio. You'll quickly find this to be one of your most treasured garments.
1. All sales are final. Each piece is cut to order.
2. Delivery is scheduled approximately 6-8 weeks from order placement.
3. Fabric availability can change on a daily basis. After you place your order, we'll immediately submit it with RTC. If the fabric is unavailable, you will be notified within a few working days.
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Rochester Tailored Clothing is based in the original Hickey Freeman factory in Rochester, New York. Dubbed "the Temple of Fine Tailoring," this storied facility has operated for over 120 years and boasts a peerless team of skilled craftspeople.
Since 2020, RTC has been our exclusive partner for custom suiting, trousers, and casual jackets. Together, we offer a stellar product at a very competitive price. You'll be delighted with your custom pieces!
All Sizes for All Bodies
We offer multiple in-house fits for both our jackets and trousers. Additionally, most of the dimensions can be adjusted as needed to give you a truly custom fit.
Click here to view the full size charts and specs for all of our custom shapes
We have the ability to properly fit any body dimensions that you require. Regardless of your height, weight, physique, and perferred fit... we'll make it happen!
Design it Yourself
Each of our custom garments are fully customizable through a range of dimensions.
Each piece can vary in length and overall size. Buttons, liners, and taping are all up to you. Pocket layouts and sleeve finishes are available on sportcoats and suit jackets.
If you need assistance at any time in the process, use the chat function of our site for a quick answer at most times, or send an email to email@example.com.
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.