In a moment of thrift store weakness, this weekend, I bought a sport jacket of brown Harris tweed with the label of Het Jagershuis. In the design of the lable it also says Sportkleding. Machine translation programs tell me that Het Jagershuis means The Hunter's House and sportkleding is sport clothing, perhaps sportswear. Does anyone with Dutch experience know any more about this store? The tweed is heavy duty and the jacket is built like a tank. Three button front, moderately narrow lapels, circa 1960. But unlike the Ivy League sack suit of the period, this one has waist suppression and double vents. The effect is rustic but not un-elegant. On a tailoring note, the arm-holes are a little high. Is getting more space in the arm hole an impossible job, esp if I plan to let out a side seam?