This is an authentic and original unisex camp jacket made in the 1980's by Chris O'Connell re-purposed from an original and authentic old Native American blanket (likely Navajo) from the 1940's, with old Buffalo Head Nickels for buttons. There are motifs of a Native American Chief with a feather headdress on the back and upper sleeves, Native American warriors with rifles riding horses bareback on the shoulders and front pockets, along with lots of images of arrows throughout.
There are two front pockets, two interior pockets which button closed, interior shoulder pads, and a shawl collar. The blue lining is soft and flawless, and the exterior is very very good with a few slightly darkened but not noticeable areas which likely will easily come out if dry cleaned. This is a MASTERPIECE OF SOUTHWESTERN ART TO WEAR. Likely a size Large (no size tag), but please check the measurements below.
MEASUREMENTS: (lying flat, buttoned closed). 24 shoulder seam to shoulder seam across the top. 22 across the waist where front pockets begin. 23 top of shoulder seam to end of sleeve along top of sleeve.
20 pit to end of sleeve along bottom of sleeve. 32 lengthwise from center of back of neck at bottom of collar down center of back to the bottom. The item you see in the pictures is the item you will receive.