The Real McCoy’s keep throwing down period-correct, expert-made work that is nothing short of beautiful. And the ’30s Mobster Sports Jacket is their latest piece of outerwear for us to salivate over.
This jacket bleeds style—the sort of style that aspires toward a state of timelessness—and RMC knows that what’s not broken needs no fixing. An authentic pattern from the Great Depression, the Mobster is simple and straightforward in a really nice way.
Cut from Japanese horsehide pit-tanned black lined with wool serge fabric, outfitted with two lovingly-crafted hand warming pockets open and closed by nickel ball chain zippers, this one is both eye-catching and stealthy. And that might make it the jacket for those of us loving motifs of black and the simplicity embraced by the craftspeople at The Real McCoy’s.
Available for $2,895CAD (~$2,360USD) at Lost & Found.