hacking jacket

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hacking jacket

or

hacking coat

n
(Clothing & Fashion) chiefly Brit a riding jacket with side or back vents and slanting pockets
Translations

hacking jacket

[ˈhækɪng,dʒækɪt] Nchaqueta f de montar, saco m de montar (LAm)

hacking jacket

nSportsakko m or nt; (for riding) → Reitjacke f

hacking jacket

ngiacca da equitazione
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Helen's trademark Magee woven hacking jackets and coachman coats were given a 2013 makeover in soft pastels, offset with knits in dusty pinks and berry shades, for a redefined Heritage look.
There is also a comprehensive range of supplements and grooming care items, as well as riding hats, skull caps, jodhpurs, breeches and hacking jackets.
1 Trefriw Woollen Mills, Conwy Valley, launch of new garment range, today, 10am-5pm Visitors can enjoy a free tea or coffee and a Welsh cake while viewing the new range of Welsh tapestry coats, capes, waistcoats, tweed coats, hacking jackets, skirts, and duffle coats.
The horsey set have taken over the catwalks, with autumn collections from designers Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren featuring tweed hacking jackets and tight jodphurs.
Whether you are in search of that Merchant Ivory romanticism or you have a genuine passion for hacking jackets and velvet trims Daks have the classical looks that the modern world desires.
Riders in hacking jackets stop at Tavern on the Green for a spring cocktail on the flower-filled terrace.
Their hands stretch the leather-trimmed pockets of green and dun checked hacking jackets that reach over slack bottoms loosely wrapped in thick corduroy of farmyard brown; while their nut-knuckled feet sweat shyly in shepherd''s socks, which press on the memory-cushioned soles of brogues, polished to a subtle glow before the steady, teacherly gaze of suburban wives.
Countrywomen in hacking jackets and surgical stockings dangled precariously from a barbed wire fence.