Jack Nicholson The Shining Jack Torrance Red Corduroy Jacket
John Daniel Edward “Jack” Torrance is the central character of the film and the novel, The Shining (1977). He came with his family in a hotel to give an interview as a caretaker of the hotel in the off-season. The cook of the hotel warned him about the supernatural powers in the hotel, but he doesn’t take it seriously and put his wife and son lives in danger along with himself.
The Shining Jack Torrance Corduroy Jacket is made explicitly in the winter season as it is so thick and warm, along with the soft viscose lining inside. A button closure follows the standard shirt collar — long full sleeves connected with overturned buttoned cuffs. Large flap pocket and waist flap pockets are sufficient to take care of your things.