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Le Laboureur Moleskin Work Jacket | Ecru

Le Laboureur Moleskin Work Jacket | Ecru

Regular price $125.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $125.00 USD
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This is an authentic moleskin French work jacket (02-18-400), made for carpenters, stonemasons and other craftsmen. It’s made to stand the test of time, and wear in beautifully. It's common and expected for the jacket to have loose threads, marks on the fabric, etc. It's a true workwear classic.

  • Made from 100% genuine cotton Moleskin
  • Wash at 30°C inside out and air dry
  • Runs large for European clothing
  • Made in France

Low stock: 2 left

**All sales are final**. We do not offer refunds or exchanges.

Sizing and Measurements

The jackets run large and have a classic block fit. We recommend ordering the same size as you typically wear for jackets/coats.

The measurements below are in inches.

Chest width Length Sleeve Shoulders
0 - Extra-small 19 27 24 15.5
1 - Small 21 28 25 17
2 - Medium 22.5 29 25 18
3 - Large 24 29 26 19
4 - Extra-large 25
5 - XX-large 26 29 26.5 22
6 - XXX-large

Need help or have a sizing question? Email us.


We offer flat rate shipping to the United States and rest of the world.

We use USPS and UPS Ground for all orders, to ensure that your products get to you quickly and without damage. Your order will ship within approximately 2-5 business days from the time it is submitted (this does not include Carrier handling or transit time).

We make every effort to process your order as quickly as possible. We do not guarantee same day shipping, however, in stock items will typically ship within 1-2 days after you place your order.

Shortly after placing your order, you will receive an email confirming that we have received your order. You will receive a second email when your order ships.

Once an order is scanned and delivered to the destination as indicated on the order, the responsibility of the purchased goods are passed onto the recipient (i.e., the customer).

International Shipping

We are happy to ship anywhere in the World, and are doing so regularly (Australia, Japan, Canada, etc.)

Please note that we typically are not able include tracking and may take up to 8 weeks or longer for the shipment to arrive. Once we deliver the merchandise to the mail carrier, you will assume the risk of loss and title for the merchandise and Tourneur Goods cannot provide refunds if your items are lost.

You are responsible for import taxes or other customs fees for your package. Please note shipments can be held in customs for a long period of time and it is beyond our control. In this case, we would advise you to contact your local customs office directly. If you decide to refuse any shipments, Tourneur Goods will not process refunds of any kind.

Every country has its own shipping rules and regulations that restrict certain items from passing through customs. We are not responsible if your items are held at customs, and we are also unable to provide refunds under such circumstances. If you are an international customer, please take some time to refer to the list of items restricted by your country before placing your order on USPS country restrictions regulations page

No Refund and No Return Policy

All sales are final. We do not offer refunds or exchanges for any products or services purchased, except as required by law.

Defective or Damaged Items. If you receive a defective or damaged item, please contact us immediately via email with details of the product and the defect. You must notify us within 5 days of receiving the item. Depending on the situation, we may offer a replacement or repair at our discretion.

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Photo by Ross Evertson of for Tourneur Goods.
Photo by Ross Evertson of for Tourneur Goods.

    Digoin, France

    Manufacture De Vêtements De Travail Et D'autrefois

    In the early 1950s, Primo Zelanti, founder, began selling agricultural clothing at fairs and markets in the French region of Burgundy.

    This small business grew rapidly and prompted Primo Zelanti to create, in 1956, its own brand: "Le Laboureur". He attaches strong values ​​to producing, in the heart of France, traditional clothing with high quality materials and fabrics. Slowly, the collection, originally limited to clothing for the work of the earth, extends to work clothes for the building trades, with always one orientation: to make traditional useful clothes.

    As the manufacturing workshop continues to expand, the company must leave Digoin town center and move to the Rue des Chantiers in 1973, in larger and more functional premises.

    In 1988, Jean-Charles Zélanti succeeded his father as CEO. Today, the family-owned business, with around 30 employees, continues to produce, in Digoin, quality clothing, fashioned in the old fashioned way.