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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Distinct styling The picture of this coat doesn't show what it looks like up close. It is a combination of brown and rust and olive. The wool is made to look a bit old in a stylish way by using this slight rust accent in the material. It has brass or copper buttons that are slightly tarnished with the green color that tarnished metal can create. The coat is unique in the color. The wool seems heavy and would keep you warm in the winter. I would recommend a scarf around your neck as with any wool coat. It is a terrific value and it appears to be true to size.
Date published: 2013-11-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Coat I saw this coat online, but could not find one to try on in store. I ordered the XL and hoped for the best. Once the coat came and I tried it on, I realized it runs small. I'm only 5'8", but I do have somewhat broad shoulders. An XL coat should fit me just fine. This coat in XL though is almost too small, a bit tight in the shoulders. That being said I really like the look of the coat. I bought it as my "casual" winter coat. It's probably a bit too dressy for true casual, but it's a nice coat. It has interior/exterior buttons like many peacoats, the inside buttons are hard enough to button to be almost useless. Overall, I'd say this coat i worth buying if you like the style but order a size larger than you think you'll need.
Date published: 2014-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent coat, great vintage, look, nice quality DESIGN: This is definetly an innovative look for a peacoat, its a basic military pattern with a single piece back panel, making it much more durable than multi-piece back panels, its a deep OD Green, with a slight brown rustic tint to it, because it has a dye used in the wool to create a nice distressed look to it, which is suprisingly good looking seeing as wool isnt an easy material to artificially distress like leather or cotton is. BUTTONS: The Buttons appear to be brass, and are cast from the same mold, seeing as they all have identical artificial pitmarks and dings in them to give them a worn, well used appearance. What makes these buttons unique however, is the light blue green paint that has been placed around the edges and in the artificial nicks and gouges on the buttons surface, giving it a nice light tarnished look to them. The sew quality on these buttons, however, isnt that good, they come loose almost immedietly after a couple fastenings and openings, so be ready to sew them back on or have them sewed by a tailor or cleaners. (The lapelle button hole is just for looks and isnt even a hole, and there is no button on the opposite lapelle) LINER: The Liner is a pale (faded) burnt orange with polyester filler on the reverse, inbetween the liner and outer wool. the liner is a quilted checkerd pattern, the sewing pattern on the liner is a small zig zag pattern. This double layer lining is very warm and maybe with the addition of a light sweater and or a thermal top underneith will keep you warm for prolonged exposures outdoors. FIT: The fit feels like a suit jacket, in that it is snug in the shoulders and a bit in the chest, it does not come in short, regular or long options for the length unfortunately. It is a very nice cut and fit if you are in good physical shape, and has a nice attractive drape to it.
Date published: 2014-01-17
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