Men's Tidal Pool Jacket
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Men's Tidal Pool Jacket



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100% Cotton

Our Tidal Pool Jacket is inspired by traditional French workwear, often worn by artists. It has a very relaxed, easy-to-wear fit with a slightly rounded collar, long sleeves, a chest pocket and two large, wrap-around front pockets. The button down front give it a simple, clean finish. It’s made from washed cotton canvas so it’s durable yet soft and garment-dyed to give it a unique hue with a sun-faded look. It’s an ideal casual jacket for the warmer months – just throw it on and go.

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Average customer rating 4 out of 5, based on 4 reviews.

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Perfect fit

Bought this for my husband and he is 6’ foot. He loved the butterscotch colour and fabric. He was really happy with the fit and the length was good on him. He was delighted with his new spring jacket .

Posted by  •  4th April 2019

Fit: True to Size 
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My husband loves this jacket bought S butterscotch he is 5 ft 7in and 38 chest...fits to perfection. Thanks to the manager from the Shrewsbury branch helping at the new Lincoln store today! Hope you got home safely! Husband so pleased to see a store actually stocking the men's collection...please get it at the Stamford shop.

Posted by  •  30th March 2019

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Too short

I totally agree - I purchased this same jacket yesterday but it is also going back to Seasalt as it is too short - otherwise just perfect

Posted by  •  30th March 2019

Fit: True to Size 
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too short

Husband liked this lightweight jacket but he had to send it back because he's 6ft 3'' and it was much too short. Make it with a longer length option and he'd snap it up.

Posted by  •  24th March 2019

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