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Hartman Work Vest - Navy Diamond Dot

Hartman Work Vest - Navy Diamond Dot

Item: 008579

$67.95


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A Historical Emporium Exclusive!

A symbol of hard work, our Hartman Work Vest remains a classic and timeless piece that can be incorporated into modern wardrobes, whether for historical reenactments or as a stylish addition to everyday wear.

Work vests were generally plain in design; however, some vests did feature basic stripes or patterns, which added a touch of style to an otherwise utilitarian garment. Typically worn by miners, railroad and construction workers, these durable vests were built to withstand the rigors of everyday work. Often worn with other workwear such as canvas trousers, covered by an apron, or a Chore Coat to protect them from dirt and wear.

Our work vest features a high collarless design, seven faux bone buttons to keep it all fastened up, and three straight inset pockets for a gentlemanís small necessities. Offered in several colors.

Made from durable 100% cotton canvas exterior and 100% cotton lining. Imported. Machine washable cold and tumble dry low. Available in sizes S-3X.

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Sizing Chart
Size Chest/Torso
(up to)
S 35"
M 40"
L 44"
XL 48"
2X 51"
(if available)
3X 55"
Back length ~ 22".
Measure your largest torso dimension (chest or belly) with a tape measure for best fit.
Not all sizes are available in all vests. Please size drop-down list for available sizes in this style.

Please note: this vest has genuine pockets, but they may be sewn shut for cosmetic reasons. More Info.


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