He hesitated a moment, tossed the pea jacket back on the settee and sat down once more.
As this melancholy figure wended its way among the palms, I could make out the pea jacket and cheese-cutter cap of Captain Kane.
His pea jacket had many wrinkles in the back and in front it was inclined to roll up toward his chin.
My pea jacket is torn and threadbare, my trousers are frayed at the bottom, and of many colours—like Joseph's coat.
This man "came up" in bell-bottomed trousers and a pea jacket.
1721, loan-translation of North Frisian pijekkat, from Dutch pijjekker, from pij "coarse woolen cloth" + jekker "jacket." Middle English had pee "coat of coarse, thick wool" (late 15c.). Related: Pea-coat.