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The Teba Jacket is our take on the traditional Spanish hunting coat. Made with a soft and wholly unconstructed body, it keeps true to the original with an angled lapel, four-button-front, and shirt sleeve cuffs. This relaxed piece is perfect for business causal to very casual settings, and we slimmed down its typical fit to run consistent with our in-house designs.
This beautiful 100% virgin wool flannel is woven in Italy at the famed Vitale Barberis mill. It's soft, luxurious, and not too heavy.. so its practical to wear from early Fall through late Spring. Click here to view the matching trousers.
Originally popularized by the Count of Teba.. an avid hunter and a close consort of King Alfonso III, these rakish jackets are popular throughout the Spanish countryside. We absolutely love how our slightly modified shape matches effortlessly to denim, rivet chinos, and minimal trainers. It's a comfortable and distinctive alternate to the sportcoat, and there's nothing else on their market that offers our fit or this excellent quality-to-price ratio. You'll quickly find this to be one of your most treasured garments.
The Teba is wholly unconstructed and only has a light interlining in the chest, lapel, and shoulders. The sleeves cannot be made longer, but they can be easily shortened by removing and re-attaching the cuff. The Teba looks best when it's slightly more relaxed than a fitted sportcoat. This jacket is best served with dry cleaning, but it can be machine washed cold on a gentle cycle, in a mesh bag, and hung dry. It should never be placed in a dryer under any circumstances.
Note: All measurements are shown in inches. For the Doyle jacket, "Chest" is measured from one seam under the armpit to the other. "Shoulder" is measured from one shoulder seam to the other, on the rear of the shirt. "Sleeve" is measured from the shoulder seam to the end of the sleeve. "Length" is measured from the base of the collar (where it attaches to the shirt) to the bottom of the tail.