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The Sack Coat is a loose fitting jacket that extends to below the hip. The lined sack coat is the Civil War period correct standard, but unlined versions existed as well.

All of our sack coats can be customized to meet your needs. In many cases, we can duplicate a sack coat from a picture. If the options below don't meet your needs, call us to discuss your specific customization.

Be sure to have your measurements available when ordering.
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We want to ship you the RIGHT size the FIRST time.

Please let us know if you buy your clothes in TALL (generally if you are are 6'2" or taller) or SHORT (generally if you are 5'7" or shorter), have a large neck, have an exceptionally broad chest and very narrow waist, or any other clothing fitting specifics you think we should know about so that we can make your clothing to fit YOU!

Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.

All Sack Coats with the exception of STANDARD Colors, Styles, and Sizes as listed below are custom made specifically for you and are subject to a restocking fee. 

    • STANDARD SACK COATS: Sizes 38-48 Regular Length; Enlisted; Unlined; Untrimmed; 7-Button Front CS Sack Coat in Medium Gray wool, or 4-Button Front US Sack Coat in Navy Blue Wool; All Budget-line Sack Coats. 

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Branch of Service Colors:

  • Artillery: Red
  • Cavalry: Yellow
  • Infantry: Sky Blue
  • Medical: Black
  • General Staff and Engineers: Buff (cream color)

 

OS_CSSackCavPipe-40_SM
$109.95 $87.97 On Sale!

NEW, never worn C&C Sutlery CS Sack Coat made of Medium Grey wool with CAVALRY Yellow Piping Branch of Service trim on the collar and cuff. The jacket has a 7 button front with CSA buttons, is Unlined, and has 1 inside pocket.

Only 1 available. Sold "as is" and all sales are final

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OS_CSSackRichmondInfSolid-46_SM
$122.95 $98.97 On Sale!

NEW, never worn C&C Sutlery CS Sack Coat made of Richmond Grey wool with solid Infantry Branch of Service trim on the collar and cuff. The jacket has a 7 button front with CSA buttons, is lined with a muslin lining, and has 1 inside pocket.

Only 1 available. Sold "as is" and all sales are final

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Proudly Made in USA in the Great State of Idaho.



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OS_CSSackInfSolid-48_SM
$114.95 $91.97 On Sale!

NEW, never worn C&C Sutlery CS Sack Coat made of Grey wool with Solid INFANTRY Branch of Service trim on the collar and cuff. The jacket has a 7 button front with CSA buttons, is Unlined, and has 1 inside pocket.

Only 1 available. Sold "as is" and all sales are final

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Proudly Made in USA in the Great State of Idaho.



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$84.95

The CS sack coat is shown as a plain, untrimmed, 7-button front, has a front inside pocket, and is unlined. The coat is available in CSA or Block "A", "C", or "I" buttons and is available in several different wools. Click on the picture for more images.

The options available for the sack coat are:
  + Solid trim branch color on collar and cuff,
  + 6, 7, 8, or 9 button front,
  + Muslin or Home Spun lining.

Proudly MADE IN USA in the Great State of Idaho.

This sack coat when made in Medium Gray is a stock item and not subject to a 20% restocking fee.



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$59.95

The budget-line CS 7 button sack coat is made of 15 oz. medium grey wool. It has a stand up collar, is fully lined in brown cotton, has one inside pocket, and uses medium CSA buttons.

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$99.95

This artillery CS sack coat has a solid red collar and cuff, 7-button front, has a front inside pocket, and is unlined. The coat is available in CSA or Block "A" buttons and is available in several different wools. Click on the picture for more images.

The options available for the sack coat are:
  + 6, 7, 8, or 9 button front,
  + Muslin or Home Spun lining.

Proudly MADE IN USA in the Great State of Idaho.



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CSSackCavCC_SM
$99.95

This cavalry CS sack coat has a solid yellow collar and cuff, 7-button front, has a front inside pocket, and is unlined. The coat is available in CSA or Block "C" buttons and is available in several different wools. Click on the picture for more images.

The options available for the sack coat are:
  + 6, 7, 8, or 9 button front,
  + Muslin or Home Spun lining.

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$99.95

This infantry CS sack coat has a solid sky blue collar and cuff, 7-button front, has a front inside pocket, and is unlined. The coat is available in CSA or Block "I" buttons and is available in several different wools. Click on the picture for more images.

The options available for the sack coat are:
  + 6, 7, 8, or 9 button front,
  + Muslin or Home Spun lining.

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CS_SackMedicalCC_SM.jpg
$99.95

This CS sack coat has a solid color collar and cuff, 7-button front, has a front inside pocket, and is unlined. The coat is available in CSA or Block "A", "C", or "I" buttons and is available in several different wools.

Click on the picture for more images.

The options available for the sack coat are:
  + 6, 7, 8, or 9 button front,
  + Muslin or Home Spun lining.

Proudly MADE IN USA in the Great State of Idaho.



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CS_SackInfPipe_SM.jpg
$109.95

This CS sack coat has a piping trim collar and cuff, 7-button front, has a front inside pocket, and is unlined. The coat is available in CSA or Block "A", "C", or "I" buttons and is available in several different wools.

The options available for the sack coat are:
  + 6, 7, 8, or 9 button front,
  + Muslin or Home Spun lining.

Proudly MADE IN USA in the Great State of Idaho.



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$139.95

The North Carolina Sack Coat was used by the volunteers and state troops of the state per the Regulations for the Uniform Dress and Equipment, of the Volunteers and State Troops of North Carolina. This coat has distinguishing sewn down shoulder epaulettes indicating branch of service and a lay down collar. It is a 6 button front with CSA or Block "A", "C", or "I" buttons,  has 2 inside pockets, and is lined in a cotton lining.

The coat is pictures with optional chevrons.

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$222.95

In  December 1860 the militia company known as the "Old Dominion Rifles" was organized and captained by Montgomery Dent Corse. This militia company became Company H of the 17th Virginia Infantry. This sack coat is shown in Even More Confederate Faces by William A. Turner, copyright 1983, page 161. A gray wool covered militia shako is the correct headware for this sack coat.

This sack coat is is made of medium gray wool, has a straight sleeve, is lined in muslin lining, and has a 9 button front of Virginia State buttons. The front and buttoned epaulettes are trimmed in black piping. The collar and shoulder rolls are solid black. The Trefoil sleeve braid is black.

Per the original constitution, December 6, 1860, of the Old Dominion Rifles the jacket was made of Cadet gray wool and the trim, piping and braid were green. These colors are available as options for this coat.

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$114.95

This sack coat is a civilian style typical of the common man, farmer or shopkeeper. This coat was brought from home by the soldier and worn instead of a standard issue sack coat. The civilian sack coat is a 5 piece construction, with a 6 button front and woven brown leather domed buttons, with a lay down collar, has one front outside pocket, and is lined in a cotton muslin lining.

The coat shown is made of brown wool. Other wool colors are available.

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Proudly MADE IN USA in the Great State of Idaho.

Despite what you may have read, they are not called “sack coats” because they are oversized, loose, or otherwise fit like a sack, nor is it because there is no “front dart.”  Sack, sac, sacque, etc. all refer to the way the back (not the front) of the jacket is cut; i.e. “sack cut.” This simply means the back is formed of two pieces only, cut relatively straight down, instead of being made up of four curved pieces with hidden pockets in the tails as on more formal and traditional coats, such as tail coats, morning coats, and frocks. Read more about the history of the sack coat.



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CivilianSackHerringbone46_SM
$125.00

NEW, never worn 1870's style 4-button civilian sack coat of brown herringbone Pendleton wool. The coat has a semi full sleeve and a back vent. The coat has 1 exterior breast pocket, 2 exterior waist pockets with flaps. There is 1 inside breast pocket. The sack coat is lined with a brown polished cotton lining in the body and has an off-white stripped sleeve lining. The coat has handstitched buttonholes. The sleeve lining at the cuffs and the lining hem have been handstitched.

The under collar is felted and pad stitched. Pad stitching, also called  a tailor's stitch or stabstitch, is a series of small st itches made in the collar and lapel of a well constructed suit or coat. The stitches are made from the inside of the garment and catch the interfacing to the outside fabric. 

This sack coat is one of a kind, made by hand one at a time, and has many high-end and handstitched details. 

Click on the picture for more images.

Only 1 available. Sold "as is" and all sales are final

Proudly Made in USA.

Despite what you may have read, they are not called “sack coats” because they are oversized, loose, or otherwise fit like a sack, nor is it because there is no “front dart.”  Sack, sac, sacque, etc. all refer to the way the back (not the front) of the jacket is cut; i.e. “sack cut.” This simply means the back is formed of two pieces only, cut relatively straight down, instead of being made up of four curved pieces with hidden pockets in the tails as on more formal and traditional coats, such as tail coats, morning coats, and frocks. Read more about the history of the sack coat.



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CivilianSackCoatChestnut46_SM
$150.00

NEW, never worn 3-button civilian sack coat of chestnut gaberdine wool. The coat has a semi full, transitional sleeve tapering to the wrist.  2 exterior waist pockets with flaps and 1 exterior breast pocket. There is 1 inside breast pocket. The coat is lined with a black cotton lining in the body and has an white sleeve lining. The front panels of the coat are quilted. The coat has handstitched buttonholes. The sleeve lining is handstitched.

The collar is pad stitched. Pad stitching, also called  a tailor's stitch or stabstitch, is a series of small st itches made in the collar and lapel of a well constructed suit or coat. The stitches are made from the inside of the garment and catch the interfacing to the outside fabric. 

This sack coat is one of a kind, made by hand one at a time, and has many high-end and handstitched details. 

Click on the picture for more images.

Only 1 available. Sold "as is" and all sales are final

Proudly Made in USA.

Despite what you may have read, they are not called “sack coats” because they are oversized, loose, or otherwise fit like a sack, nor is it because there is no “front dart.”  Sack, sac, sacque, etc. all refer to the way the back (not the front) of the jacket is cut; i.e. “sack cut.” This simply means the back is formed of two pieces only, cut relatively straight down, instead of being made up of four curved pieces with hidden pockets in the tails as on more formal and traditional coats, such as tail coats, morning coats, and frocks. Read more about the history of the sack coat.



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CivilianSackCorduroyBrown42_SM
$125.00

NEW, never worn 4-button civilian sack coat of brown corduroy. The coat has a post Civil War transitional sleeve. There are 2 exterior welted waist pockets and 1 inside breast pocket. The coat is lined with an osnaburg linen. The buttonholes, including a lapel buttonhole, are handstitched.

Corduroy was being mass produced by the mid 1800's and the ribbed fabric became very popular with both the country gentleman and the farmer. Post Civil war corduroy was also seen as the urban working man's fabric.

This sack coat is one of a kind, made by hand one at a time, with handstitched details. 

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Only 1 available. Sold "as is" and all sales are final

Proudly Made in USA.

Despite what you may have read, they are not called “sack coats” because they are oversized, loose, or otherwise fit like a sack, nor is it because there is no “front dart.”  Sack, sac, sacque, etc. all refer to the way the back (not the front) of the jacket is cut; i.e. “sack cut.” This simply means the back is formed of two pieces only, cut relatively straight down, instead of being made up of four curved pieces with hidden pockets in the tails as on more formal and traditional coats, such as tail coats, morning coats, and frocks. Read more about the history of the sack coat.



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CivilianSackJW44_SM
$125.00

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NEW, never worn 1880's style 5-button civilian sack coat of brown jean wool with wood buttons. The coat has a semi full sleeve, 1 exterior breast pocket, 2 exterior waist pockets. There is 1 inside breast pocket. The sack coat is lined with a brown polished cotton lining in the body and has an off-white sleeve lining. The coat has handstitched buttonholes. The sleeve lining, the body lining, and the inside breast pocket are all handstitched; see the detailed pictures.

This sack coat is one of a kind, made by hand one at a time, and has many high-end and handstitched details. 

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Only 1 available. Sold "as is" and all sales are final

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CivilianSackBrown3Button46_SM
$125.00

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NEW, never worn 1870's - 1880's style 3-button civilian sack coat of brown wool. The semi full sleeve is embellished with a black twill braid that has been handstitched applied. The coat has 1 exterior breast pocket, 2 exterior waist pockets with flaps. There is 1 inside breast pocket. The sack coat is lined with a black polished cotton lining in the body and has an off-white stripped sleeve lining. The coat has handstitched buttonholes. The sleeve lining at the cuffs, the hem lining, and the breast pocket lining are all handstitched.

The collar and lapels are pad stitched. Pad stitching, also called  a tailor's stitch or stabstitch, is a series of small st itches made in the collar and lapel of a well constructed suit or coat. The stitches are made from the inside of the garment and catch the interfacing to the outside fabric. 

This sack coat is one of a kind, made by hand one at a time, and has many high-end and handstitched details. 

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Only 1 available. Sold "as is" and all sales are final

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CivilianSackCharcole46_SM
$125.00

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NEW, never worn post civil war-style 4-button civilian sack coat of charcoal wool. The semi full sleeve is embellished with a black twill braid. The coat has 1 exterior breast pocket, 2 exterior waist pockets with flaps. There is 1 inside breast pocket. The sack coat is lined with a black polished cotton lining in the body and has an off-white sleeve lining. The coat has handstitched buttonholes. The sleeve lining at the cuffs and the breast pocket lining are handstitched.

The collar and lapels are pad stitched. Pad stitching, also called  a tailor's stitch or stabstitch, is a series of small st itches made in the collar and lapel of a well constructed suit or coat. The stitches are made from the inside of the garment and catch the interfacing to the outside fabric. 

This sack coat is one of a kind, made by hand one at a time, and has many high-end and handstitched details. 

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Only 1 available. Sold "as is" and all sales are final

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CivilianSackChestnut42_SM
$125.00

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NEW, never worn 4-button civilian sack coat of chestnut wool. The coat has a semi full, transitional sleeve with a full sleeve cap. 1 exterior breast pocket, 2 exterior waist pockets.  The sack coat is lined with a brown polished cotton lining in the body and has an off-white stripped sleeve lining. The sleeve lining at the cuffs and the hem lining are handstitched.

The collar and lapels are pad stitched. Pad stitching, also called  a tailor's stitch or stabstitch, is a series of small st itches made in the collar and lapel of a well constructed suit or coat. The stitches are made from the inside of the garment and catch the interfacing to the outside fabric. 

This sack coat is one of a kind, made by hand one at a time, and has many high-end and handstitched details. 

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Only 1 available. Sold "as is" and all sales are final

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CivilianSackChestnut44_SM
$125.00

NEW, never worn 3-button civilian sack coat of chestnut wool. The coat has a semi full, transitional sleeve with a full sleeve cap and 2 exterior waist pockets. There is 1 inside breast pocket. The sack coat is lined with a brown polished cotton lining in the body and has an off-white stripped sleeve lining. The coat has handstitched buttonholes. The sleeve lining at the cuffs and the hem lining are handstitched.

The collar and lapels are pad stitched. Pad stitching, also called  a tailor's stitch or stabstitch, is a series of small st itches made in the collar and lapel of a well constructed suit or coat. The stitches are made from the inside of the garment and catch the interfacing to the outside fabric. 

This sack coat is one of a kind, made by hand one at a time, and has many high-end and handstitched details. 

Click on the picture for more images.

Only 1 available. Sold "as is" and all sales are final

Proudly Made in USA.

Despite what you may have read, they are not called “sack coats” because they are oversized, loose, or otherwise fit like a sack, nor is it because there is no “front dart.”  Sack, sac, sacque, etc. all refer to the way the back (not the front) of the jacket is cut; i.e. “sack cut.” This simply means the back is formed of two pieces only, cut relatively straight down, instead of being made up of four curved pieces with hidden pockets in the tails as on more formal and traditional coats, such as tail coats, morning coats, and frocks. Read more about the history of the sack coat.



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CivilianSackPlaid44_SM
$125.00

NEW, never worn 1880's style 4-button civilian sack coat of black tweed wool. The coat has a higher, smaller collar and straight sleeve typical of the later 19th century style. The coat has 2 exterior waist pockets. There is 1 inside breast pocket. The sack coat is lined with an unbleached osnaburg linen. The coat has handstitched buttonholes. 

This sack coat is one of a kind, made by hand one at a time, and has many high-end details. 

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Only 1 available. Sold "as is" and all sales are final

Proudly Made in USA.



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