Brown harringbone tweed ULSTER COAT
- Product Code: ULSTER-A2364
- Availability: In Stock
The Ulster, an unrivaled coat in Donegal tweed, takes its name from the homonymous Irish province, whose inhabitants apparently used to wear it, as well as producing the fabric. It became popular in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, has a wide line and is long up to the calf. The buttoning patterns shown during its evolution are quite varied, ranging from six to eight buttons, all functional. It is long, with traditional lapels or lances, has applied pockets that refer to the country's origin of the garment, sleeves with lapels and a martingale or belt to adjust it at the waist. takes its name from the rough heavy wool fabric produced in the Irish region of the same name. It is a wide double-breasted, long up to the calf, with traditional lapels, patch pockets, sleeves with lapels and a martingale (or belt) to adjust it at the waist. There are several buttoning patterns, ranging from six to eight buttons, all functional.