The designer was Berte Wiechmann, a young woman who came to Pendleton from Jantzen, another iconic Portland apparel company. Miss Wiechmann sewed the original samples herself, taking styling particulars from the Pendleton men’s shirt. The 49’er jacket featured discreet tucking at the yoke, and two bias-cut patch pockets near the hem. The boxy cut showcased Pendleton’s famous plaids, and larger iridescent shell buttons softened the look.
(Insert taken from blog.pendleton-usa.com) but most accurately fits the description of this timeless piece. Thin flannel jacket. Great condition but 2 moth holes on back show in pics and reflected in price) Shown on a modern S. Best fits a modern S/M.
Pit to pit 20"
Top collar to bottom sleeve hem 29"