Ticket Pockets are Vintage Style Pockets found mostly on jackets, coats and suits. They originate from the days of train travel when gentleman often traveled by train and found this extra pocket useful for holding train tickets, cash, and coins. Ticket pockets are typically found on the outside of a jacket as slits with or without flaps, above the lower hip jacket pockets. On pants they are found as invisible/barely visible slits just under the waistband in the front a few inches from the pants opening.To review styles with ticket pockets, type in the words Â´Ticket PocketÂ´ in the keywords field of our Style Search page.
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