Padded Armour Company - 16th Century Leather Jerkin
A 16th century style jerkin (or waistcoat), this has a black leather
outer, with a black linen lining and edging.

The style is unpadded, with a standing collar.

The jerkin fastens with hand cast pewter buttons and fabric loops.

The looped tabs at the waist are of leather, each one individually
lined and edged in black linen.  Smaller versions of these tabs are
placed at the shoulder.

The jerkin is hand finished, with the internal seams sewn by
machine, and the waist seam, edges, and other externally visible
stitching is done by hand.