I've just commissioned a sportcoat borrowing a few details from a Norfolk jacket. In reality, it's probably less Norfolk than just straight sportcoat, but I thought I'd solicit the forum's opinion before all the details are set. I like the idea of a full Norfolk, but as a bigger guy I don't want to add too much business and bulk around the middle. I really want to wear this primarily as a casual sportscoat during the fall and winter months, with the ability to use it as outerwear for walks in the woods. No actual hunting or riding use here. I've picked a pseudo-Norfolk cloth, a large-ish herringbone in a deep, warm brown. It's a very soft fabric, not the stiff tweed that would be traditional, but again I want this to really be a sportcoat with some Norfolk details added in. It looks the part without perhaps draping or feeling the part. 3-roll-2 Tab collar closure in suede Suede elbow patches Half-belt in back 3 patch pockets Leather buttons I think a single vent is really the only way to go, but does anyone thing a double vent is possible? Also wondering if the half-belt should have any hardware; e.g. buckle, buttons, or just be straight cloth. I'm inclined not to go with the rear shoulder pleats (is this called "bi-swing?") so as not to add too much bulk but I am open to suggestions. Constructive criticisms welcome.