Steven Alan CPO Shirt Jacket


Q: What’s as thick as two shirts, but only costs half as much as one? A: The CPO Shirt Jacket from Steven Alan. Made in the USA from a speckled wool blend, the shirt’s heavy enough to double as outerwear (that’s the two-shirts-thick part). And, it’s now a full 50% off (that’s the half as – well, you get it). Details include two button flap chest pockets and reinforced elbows.

For price and purchase info, visit Steven Alan.

  • Court

    Every once in a while Steven Alan has some seriously amazing mark downs.

    A few weeks back I picked up a pair of Thorogood for Steven Alan boots for $120 bucks with free shipping. Very similar in appearance to the Epaulet boots for a fraction of the price.

  • Court

    Question Brad. Earlier this year I bought a Steven Alan field coat during their online sample sale. I noticed a couple of weeks ago that the tag containing the care instructions says made in china, and then sewn immediately next to that tag is the Made in USA tag we all know.

    Ever seen this before, any idea what’s up with that?

    • http://well-spent.com Brad

      Whoa. Never heard of that before. Might be worth emailing the company to see what’s up.

  • Dave H

    FYI, while the pictures show the grey, it looks like the item for sale is navy.

    • http://well-spent.com Brad

      Strange. Yesterday it was the Gray that was for sale.

  • Paul

    Re: the Made in China label– Probably an oversight in the production process. Orvis had a similar problem with Rising Sun items. The care labels they used were generic instructions, which happened to be manufactured in China. I wouldn’t be surprised if this is what’s occurred.

  • Court

    @Paul

    I thought that might be the case also to be honest.

  • Court

    @Paul

    I thought that might be the case also to be honest. I was interested though since SA seems to be one of those who varies manufacturing between the USA and China.

  • Nyah

    If the company’s labeling is ambiguous, there isn’t much point in giving the garment consideration. Why buy something because someone says “it’s probably just a mistake” in labeling?