Dough Boy Jacket

DOUGH BOY JACKET Dess. 12112-57

This type of jacket was originally used during World War I. Back then, young men were recruited from the universities and sent to war as cadets. After the war, the jackets were mostly worn by farmers.

Because of the history, the silhouette of the jacket and the cuttings at the back, the jacket was called ‘Dough Boy Jacket’.

 

Originally, the jacket had removable buttons  as the buttons used in the early 1930s couldn’t stand the washing.

In this new version of the Dough Boy Jacket we have only altered the fitting – the rest is history!