Originally designed as a traditional workman’s overcoat, the Fisher Stripe Chore Coat has transcended its utilitarian roots to become a street style fixture. It’s made in Tennessee by the L.C. King Manufacturing Company, a family owned business that’s been making Pointer branded workwear since 1913. The Fisher Stripe chore coat features a herringbone pattern on raw, unwashed cotton, with four top-loading patch pockets and brass-button closure down the front and at the cuffs. The unlined jacket is finished with a banded collar design, offering a clean and modern appearance at the neckline.

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