The good old duffel coat.

In the 18th century, a coarse woollen fabric came from the Belgian town of Duffel and has made coat history ever since. During the war, it was standard issue in the British Navy and became well-known thanks to Field Marshal Montgomery. Jean-Paul Sartre and Jean Cocteau wore it. The vigorous, indestructible duffel coat has kept its comfortable cut, the warm hood, sewn-on pockets and the tried and true toggle fastenings that are even easily closed by ice-cold fingers. However, the once-rough outer layer has been upgraded to valuable wool and made more robust with a touch of polyamide. This makes it both pleasantly soft and light. Traditional „double-faced“ manufacturing.

Comfortable cut. Length in size 40/42: 95cm (37.4"). 80% wool, 20% polyamide. Contains non-textile parts of animal origin (buttons made of horn and leather toggle fastenings). Dry clean. Made in England.


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