Poncho Eastwood

Ponchos are of Native American origin. Used as outer habiliments designed to keep the body warm in the Andes since pre-Hispanic times they are now considered representative South American garments. As the leading role for Sergio Leone’s Spaghetti Western "Dollars Trilogy" („A Fistful of Dollars", "For a Few Dollars More“ and „The Good, the Bad and the Ugly“) in the 1960s, Clint Eastwood wore a poncho and significantly differentiatet himself from the appearance of other cowboy characters who usually preferred dusters. Our Eastwood poncho is compounded out of sheer bona fide wool, exhibiting a frayed collar, sleeve opening and hemline, which can be fastened with press buttons on the sides. It comes in a grained black and white pattern that gives a light grey illusion from afar wherefore it is is utterly compatible with both ll-white and all-black ensembles. Try mating it with an oversized long sleeve and a smooth pair of black skinny pants. 100% Wool. Made in France


The model is wearing size Large and is 1.91 m tall.


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The model is wearing size Large and is 1.95 m tall

The model is wearing size Large and is 1.95 m tall