Railway Jacket Ink Blue


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This is a Limited Edition colourway for our winter linen chore jacket. It’s made in London, using 100% Irish linen. It’s also our most sustainable jacket to date. It’s made using waste dye, which gives us less control of the colour from batch to batch, but helps us negate one of the outstanding issues with how our clothes are made. That said, the colour in this batch is exactly what we wanted it to be.

The weighty, texture-heavy 500gsm / 15 oz linen in this unlined jacket holds its shape well, getting better with each wear as it breaks in. All four pockets are lined with un-dyed linen, and the urea buttons are laser-engraved.

All sizes are measured in inches. The model is 6ft with a 38in chest and wears a Medium.


100% Irish Linen by Baird McNutt

100% Made in London by Tower Garments

Designed by co-founders Callum and George 

Signature orange hanging loop

Organic cotton labelling

Made to last a lifetime


The model is 6ft with a 38in chest and wears a medium. All sizes are in inches.


Our sizing is industry standard, but if you're normally between sizes, we'd recommend sizing up. Our linen is tumbled but not pre-washed because it gives the linen a better finish which means it will shrink 3-5% during the shirt's first wash.


Jackets wear true to size. They are dry clean only and therefore will not shrink.


Material: 100% linen. All of the flax used in our linen is grown in Belgium & northern France. The linen is made by Baird McNutt in Northern Ireland. Manufactured in London by Tower Garments. Collected by hand.

Detailing: Buttons by Form Buttons in Turkey, made of urea. Eco-friendly cotton labels by Perfect Labels.

Packaging: Recycled cardboard boxes made in the UK by Cedar Packaging.  Postcards made by Printed.com using Fresco Gesso paper.

Shipping and Returns

Free shipping in the UK via Royal Mail First Class (3-5 working days). Returns can be made within 28 days of purchase. Check out the Terms & Conditions page for more detail.



The gold standard for washing our linen shirts is a lukewarm hand or machine wash, followed by a hang dry. DO NOT tumble dry. We recommend ironing the shirt while it’s slightly damp, inside out if possible. Or through a pillow case. Linen is anti-bacterial and therefore we also recommend that you do not over wash your shirt; it is both harmful to the environment and the linen; the shirt will get better and better every hour that it is on your back!


Dry clean only. These jackets will soften and wear beautifully over time.