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Men's jacket navy blue wool and cotton seersucker canvas Fursac - V3DAMA-DX04-D030
Men's jacket Fursac - V3DAMA-DX04-D030
Men's navy blue jacket Fursac - V3DAMA-DX04-D030
Men's wool and cotton seersucker canvas jacket Fursac - V3DAMA-DX04-D030

Wool and cotton seersucker jacket

645 EUR-30%451.5 EUR
Color Navy blue - Tone on tone Gingham pattern
  • Wool and cotton seersucker jacket - V3DAMA-DX04-D030
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Wool and cotton canvas seersucker straight jacket with tone on tone Gingham pattern

  • Half-lined jacket 
  • Straight cut
  • Supple shoulder
  • Tailored collar 8,5 cm, closed buttonholes
  • Simple back vent
  • Men jacket 60% virgin wool and 40% cotton
  • Half-lining 100% viscose
  • Dry cleaning
  • Model: size 46, 1,89 m tall
  • We recommend you to choose your usual size

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Wool and cotton seersucker jacket

645 EUR-30%451.5 EUR

Virgin wool

This is what we call fibres that come from the first shearing of a sheep or lamb. They have been neither spun nor felted nor part of any other finished product, and contain no more than 0.3% of impurities.


This waffled-effect material, traditionally in blue and white stripes, first appeared in India in the 18th century. Adapted to the wetness of its native climate, it was quickly exported to become a summer classic in the United States. Worn in Congress until the arrival of air conditioning in the 1950s, seersucker is available these days in a wide variety of colours, and still dissipates heat just as efficiently. The American tradition of “Seersucker Thursday” continues to require that men and women wear seersucker suits in Congress, the second or third Thursday in the month of June.


Canvas is different from other fabrics because it has no front or back. This is the result of a particular weaving method that alternately crosses the odd and even warp threads, to let the weft thread through.