The Harrington jacket is a lightweight waist-length jacket, made of cotton, polyester, wool or suede — usually with traditionally Fraser tartan or check-patterned lining.
The first Harrington-style jackets were made by British clothing company Baracuta in the 1930s.
This style of jacket earned the nickname Harrington because it was worn by the character Rodney Harrington (played by Ryan O'Neal) in the 1960s prime time Peyton Place.
Similar to the 1950s United States Ivy League look, the jacket became fashionable in the United Kingdom in the 1960s among mods and skinheads. They again became popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s with skinhead and mod revivalists, as well as with scooterboys.
We have choosen the model produce by Dockers.
The winter version is lightly padded and fully lined, and as usual with Dockers, a perfect fit and great quality/value.