Heller's Cafe Prison Jacket
- Late 19th / early 20th century prison jacket
- Brown striped beige body, brown border pattern. Beautiful texture and feel
- Custom woven selvage fabric, lightweight yet substantial
- Exact replica of an early twentieth century prison jacket. Having seen the original, this is a work of art
- Adopted as early as 1815 at Newgate Prison (UK) to easily identify, detain and prevent escape to surrounding woodland
- Used as a uniform, prisoners would not be able to conceal items as there are no internal pockets
- Additionally allowed prisoners to work outside prison boundaries to pay their debt to society.
- Raw, will shrink to tagged size with wash
- Two front patch pockets
- Unique and detailed pocket shape. Stress points secured as per a shirt pocket
- Custom four button front
- Club collar
- Thick cotton loop at rear collar for hanging
- 100% cotton
- Made in Japan
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