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Woodland Worker's Jacket 2021

Size Guide
Size & Fit Guide

Our customers rave about our fit, check out the reviews.

FRAHM jackets are cut for real men's bodies and action. We've subtly altered classic tailoring for more movement, for real life. Our jackets do not have a restrictive teenage 'fashion' cut. 

 

HOW TO FIT YOURSELF

Size by your actual body measurements, not copying your size in another brand. Fit can vary wildly between brands and their size may not be ours.

HEIGHT: This is the easy one – measure yourself from the top of your head to your heel. (Sometimes easier to do against a wall we find.)

CHEST: To find out your chest size, take a tape measure and wrap it under your armpits at the fullest part of your chest.

ARM: Measure from the shoulder seam to the bony bit on your wrist (yes, that is the biological term).

 

measurement guide

Next, compare your measurements with our size chart below to see which Frahm jacket is right for you.

 

size chart

 

If you can't measure your chest circumference, the best guide to size is your best fitting existing jacket or suit jacket. Then Live Chat us and we can advise what your size is.

"Tall" sizes are for very tall men, offering exactly the same jacket with significantly longer arms and torso. Don't buy one if you're above average - our standard sizes will fit.

If you have shorter arms, we will happily have your sleeves altered for you when possible (most of the time it is). Please Live Chat or email us to discuss.

If you have any questions please do Live Chat or email us on hello@frahmjacket.com

Size & Fit Guide

Our customers rave about our fit, check out the reviews.

FRAHM jackets are cut for real men's bodies and action. We've subtly altered classic tailoring for more movement, for real life. Our jackets do not have a restrictive teenage 'fashion' cut. 

 

HOW TO FIT YOURSELF

Size by your actual body measurements, not copying your size in another brand. Fit can vary wildly between brands and their size may not be ours.

HEIGHT: This is the easy one – measure yourself from the top of your head to your heel. (Sometimes easier to do against a wall we find.)

CHEST: To find out your chest size, take a tape measure and wrap it under your armpits at the fullest part of your chest.

ARM: Measure from the shoulder seam to the bony bit on your wrist (yes, that is the biological term).

 

measurement guide

Next, compare your measurements with our size chart below to see which Frahm jacket is right for you.

 

size chart

 

If you can't measure your chest circumference, the best guide to size is your best fitting existing jacket or suit jacket. Then Live Chat us and we can advise what your size is.

"Tall" sizes are for very tall men, offering exactly the same jacket with significantly longer arms and torso. Don't buy one if you're above average - our standard sizes will fit.

If you have shorter arms, we will happily have your sleeves altered for you when possible (most of the time it is). Please Live Chat or email us to discuss.

If you have any questions please do Live Chat or email us on hello@frahmjacket.com

You save: 20% ( £69.00 )

 
Size
Colour
Black
Military Green
American Tan

We only make each style once a year. Due to demand this is a pre-order, arriving October 4th 2021. By pre-ordering you guarantee your size & colour, and we say thanks with 20% off.

 

Nick's Design Notes

Lumberjacket jackets don't really live up to their name. They're usually made with soft, very tearable fabric that will ruin quickly. I wanted to make a really tough cool weather jacket that you could scrape against a ragged broke branch without any effect, that was smart without being showy. 

Based on the hugely popular Lightweight Worker’s Jacket, this is a heavier weight worker’s coat to combat cool and mixed British conditions and gloaming pine forests. You could call it a trucker jacket too.

The outer fabric is a heavier weight washable waxed fabric than our Field and Harrington jackets - from British Millerain in Rochdale, Lancashire, of course. No need to reproof even after years of machine washes.

The lining is a gorgeous brushed, soft, red and navy blue check cotton. We’ve added Italian stainless steel snap closures to the front cargo pockets and our super tough brushed horn buttons.

There are pockets galore, with two main lower cargo pockets, with hand pockets behind (it drives us nuts not to have anywhere to put hands). Add in one buttoned chest pocket, with a YKK hardened stainless steel zipped chest pocket opposite it. Then inside we have a two inside pockets - one for a paperback book and another for your pen knife and mints.

As with it’s 5 star reviewed sisters the Lightweight, we have paid particular attention to the buttons. These are real horn, brushed for a wonderful hand feel. The thread is triple woven through to a smaller holding button to the rear, with the thread then bound around the button at it’s centre to create an extremely tough and long lasting natural fixing. These buttons will not be falling off.

There are button cuffs with two widths to select and a stiff casual collar that can be turned up if desired. As ever we use heavy duty twin needle stitching to add longevity. The embroidered brand label on the right shoulder is pure black.

This is a jacket that will wear its' life as it ages - whether chopping logs in a remote forest or animating talking squirrels in a city studio. Beard not compulsory.

Weather range, with t-shirt from 6c to 18c, or down to 0c with heavy layer(s) - ideal for cold, windy through to mild days in changeable weather and showers.

Quality Materials

Heavyweight British Millerain washable waxed fabric made from pure cotton

Very tough, thorn and abrasion resistant

Resistant to heavy showers, harsh winds and is breathable

Pure brushed cotton flannel tartan lining

Closure via brushed horn Italian buttons throughout

Zipped YKK chest pocket

Hardened stainless steel snaps to close the lower cargo pockets

Design Details

Black brand label on right upper arm

Toughened, tartan lined cuffs, are button adjustable

Tougher twin needle stitching throughout

Pleated articulation at shoulders and elbows

No flappy labels.

All care info is on an embroidered sewn-in label

Machine washable.

Does not require reproofing

Customer Reviews

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G.C.
So I just bought a house with a woodland

This Frahm woodland worker’s jacket is too good for my needs but life is short and I have just bought a house with its own woodland so what the hell. My wife approves of the smart style.

B
B.P.

I've never paid this much for a jacket, but at the same time I've never worn a jacket and thought wow this is great... Until now..

P
P.B.
Woodland worker jacket

So i managed to secure a woodland workers jacket from the achieve collection
First impressions are
Very well made jacket my wife thinks it looks lovely and very sophisticated
It feels in a different league to my barbour/belstaff jackets
Ive ordered two more frahm jackets so that says it all
The only thing i would say is the woodland jacket is a mid weight jacket
which suits me fine

d
d.b.
Just what a wanted

After buying the parka in anticipation of a poor winter weather wise, it was a total success in every way. The winter was awful, the parka was brilliant... but maybe too much so... on cold days I was down to the parka and a t shirt and still warm. I needed something different for those coldish days, the woodland jacket was it. Tough like the parka, just as beautiful... but thankfully a little less warm. Now I’m layered up, looking smart & waterproof, after all I do live in Northumberland, even some good days come with rain. I’d really suggest you buy both these coats.

M
M.R.
Woodland Workers Jacket

This is my second Frahm jacket and currently I am as happy with this as I am my Ventile. This jacket was purchased for wearing as the weather gets warmer and as I write we are down below zero outside. My lunchtime walks are still very much taken whilst wrapped up in the warmth of the Ventile. I am looking forward to spring and warmer weather so I can give this WWJ a proper outing. Keep up the good work guys!