1970s Vintage Men's Blue & White Striped Seersucker Sport Coat Made in U.S.A. by Haspel Made Especially for Mailliard's Prarie Village, Kansas. A fun blazer with thin fabric shell which is composed of small woven knit blue and white stripes. The jacket is partially lined in a silky white nylon fabric. The jacket front has a large mother-of-pearl-look plastic button and there are four smaller matching buttons on each cuff. Unfortunately the jacket is missing the lower front button. The jacket has a single vented back and two interior and three exterior pockets. The front pocket flaps may be tucked in if the wearer desires a more streamlined besom pocket look. The jacket retains its original black silk label from Haspel as well as a Union Made in U.S.A. label sewn inside interior pocket. A Fun 70s Vintage Men's Blazer!
Brand: Haspel Made Especially for Mailliard's Prarie Village, Kansas. Jacket also has a Union Made in U.S.A. label sewn inside interior pocket
Material: Not stated.
Item Condition: Great except for one missing front button
Tag Size: No Size Tag
Fits Like: A Men's Size 44
PLEASE NOTE: To ensure a good fit it is recommended that you measure a similar garment in your wardrobe that fits you well and check the following item measurements taken with garment lying flat:
Armpit to Armpit: 23" | (58.42 cm)
Armpit to Sleeve End: 16.5" | (41.91 cm)
Shoulder to Sleeve End: 25" | (63.5 cm)
Shoulder to Shoulder: 19" | (48.26 cm)
Base of Collar to Bottom (measured on back): 32.5" | (82.55 cm)