Batch No.14 - the Classic ChoreĀ JacketĀ will be made in brushed cotton canvas. Available for subscribers pre-order, or for public release on the 4th March.

If you're going toĀ wear yourĀ chore jacket for life, it's got to fit like a glove, so we've worked hard on the fit. Scroll for advice and specific measurement charts for both fits. Although labelled 'Men's and 'Women's', we have plenty of customers who opt for whichever fit they prefer the shape of.

Men'sĀ Chore Jacket Fit.

Our men'sĀ chore jacket fits true to size, we'd recommend taking your usual size and that should allow for light layering underneath. For example, if you wear a Medium in all your other jackets, you should order our Medium too.

*Please note*Ā If you've already got a jacket of ours, here is how our fit for Batch No.14 compares - it will be aĀ touch looser than No.1, 2, 4 and 7. If you've got ourĀ Batch No.12, you'll find the fit of thisĀ chore jacket is just the same.

If you're in-between sizes, we'd always recommend the larger of the two sizes. Or if you prefer an oversized fit, size up.

GeorgeĀ is 5ft 11in and wears a size Medium. He also wears a Medium in all of our other jackets.

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Men'sĀ Size Chart.

Please note, the measurements are taken when theĀ jacket is laid flat and buttoned up (not on the body).

MeasureĀ in centimetres from seam to seam. Follow the lines on our illustration, so you know where to measure to and from.

If you don't know which size to go for, we recommend finding the jacket or overshirt in your wardrobe that fits the best, and comparing our measurements to your own.

Women'sĀ Chore Jacket Fit.

Our women'sĀ chore jacket is an a-lineĀ fit that skims over curves and finishes flatteringlyĀ onĀ the hips, allowing for lightweight layering underneath. If you prefer a looser fit or want to wear chunky knits and still close the buttons, weā€™d recommend sizing up. If youā€™re unsure or need any advice at all, please drop us a message and weā€™ll be happy to help.

If you're in-between sizes or like a dropped shoulder, go for the larger of the two.Ā 

Our modelĀ Fern is tall, she's 5ft 8 / 172cm, size UK 8 and wears a size Small. She also wears a size small in all our other jackets.

Women'sĀ Size Chart.

Please note, the measurements are taken when the jacket is laid flat and buttoned up (not on the body). Measure using centimetres from seam to seam. Follow the lines on our measurement chart illustration, so you know where to measure to and from.

If you don't know which size to go for, we recommend findingĀ a jacket or overshirt in your wardrobe that fits the best, and comparing our measurements to your own.

Or,Ā drop us aĀ messageĀ on instagramĀ if you'd like any advice.

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