Yarmouth Oilskins Maritime Overshirt : Navy
The Maritime Overshirt uses a heavy 300gsm 100% cotton moleskin in deep navy, dyed and finished in the U.K.
The styling references the heavy sailor’s shirts that were historically worn layered for warmth as protection from the bracing North Sea winds. It has two generous buttoned chest pockets , and two vertical side hip pockets. The collar is a neat rounded shape. Our glossy, black corozo buttons contrast beautifully on the rich moleskin. There are four stitched under arm eyelets for ventilation.
Yarmouth Oilskins Fisherman's Crew Neck : Natural
The Fisherman’s Crew is knitted in the UK by Peregrine, whose family manufacturing business was originally founded in Wigston in Leicester in 1796. The stitch is a traditional fisherman’s rib, knitted from heavyweight 100% Merino Wool, making it super soft and 100% biodegradable.The sweater has raglan sleeve detailing, a soft crew neck, and moss stitch elbow patch detailing.
Yarmouth Oilskins Fisherman's Crew Neck : Navy
The Fisherman’s Crew is knitted for us in the UK by our friends at Peregrine , whose family manufacturing business originally founded in Wigston in Leicester in 1796. The stitch is a traditional fisherman’s rib, knitted from heavyweight 100% Merino Wool, making it super soft and 100% biodegradable.The sweater has raglan sleeve detailing, a soft crew neck, and moss stitch elbow patch detailing.
Yarmouth Oilskins Mechanics Jacket : Navy
Taking inspiration from the Yarmouth Oilskins 1905 catalogue , the Mechanics Jacket was designed to be hard wearing and durable. It has a quirky high curved chest pocket, which is mirrored on the other side as an inside pocket, profile stitched to the front. Again with french seams and herring bone tape internals it’s designed to last a lifetime. The Mechanics jacket is cut from a slightly heavier cotton twill and is made in a brighter navy. Archives referr to this colour as Bluette. Made in Great Yarmouth, Great Britain
Yarmouth Oilskins have manufactured quality workwear of high standards in Great Britain for over a hundred years.
Their modern day collection is created in the same factory using traditional methods and time tested designs using original patterns.
Yarmouth Oilskins work with British suppliers and manufacturers with quality fabrics sourced from Yorkshire and Lancashire.
Their traditional workwear garments originally designed for practical use in the workplace are still being used today by craftspeople and artisans