Close! I've got an even older one (four or five years back) that was (from memory) made by Ring Jacket in Japan. It didn't have the suede elbow patches but has somewhat unusual, self-fabric patches on the elbows.
I noticed the other day that Herringbone has a new version in their Autumn-Winter range, made in Italy this time, so they've now done at least three versions of the grey, herringbone-weave jacket - which makes sense, as it's a great jacket that looks fantastic with a pair of navy trousers.
How did you manage to tear your shirts under the armholes, by the way? It sounds like the sort of sartorial problem that the Incredible Hulk would encounter!