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The Topster was an unconstructed jacket, meaning it had no lining and no shoulder pads. It featured a jacket's hem and lapel, but the sleeves were finished with a shirt's traditional button cuff. Three patch pockets held just about everything a man could ever want to carry, making it quite suitable as a smoking jacket; remember, in those days, smoking was touted for its health benefits, so designing attire for it made sense.
Assembled in Mexico using fabric woven in USA.
100 % wool
Lining 65 % polyester, 35 % cotton