Fidelity Wool Shirt Jackets

Let’s have some fun with this one. Guess how much these Fidelity Wool Shirt Jackets cost. Some things to consider: they’re made in the USA by a company that’s been around for over 60 years. They’ve got a jacket-weight 85% wool / 15% nylon shell and a 100% cotton lining. And their features include a spread collar, flap chest pockets, working cuffs and anchor buttons. Okay, you ready? The answer is… $105. Pleasant surprise, no? Two colors are available, and they run small, so size up one.

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  • Eric F

    Solid. I still prefer my thrifted and eBayed Pendleton board shirts which are, weirdly, a bit more stylish–love the no-button pocket flaps. And Pendleton wool holds up really well over time.

  • Tom

    Question: All the blogs I have read about these shirts seem to indicate they run small (and likewise all the measurements on most ‘fashion’ retailers) Whereas Fidelity’s own site (I think) lists the chest size on a Medium as 48″ – which is roomy to say the least!

    Any ideas why this discrepancy is? two different products? Just asking cause I want to buy online! Thanks.

    • Brad

      @ Tom – The products on Fidelity’s site are their main line goods. The shirts linked to in this post are from the brand’s Gerald & Stewart range, which is their fashion-forward off-shoot. Hence the much smaller sizing.

  • Tom

    @Brad Aha, thanks for clearing that up! I did wonder.