Aquascutum Trench Coat (XL)
Aquascutum Trench Coat (XL)

Aquascutum Trench Coat (XL)

NOK 1.699,00 kr

When people think of trench coats, most people might think of Burberry straigth away, but the other traditional English outfitter Aquascutum has just as long a history for trench coats, as they both made the first trench coats for the military during WWI. Both companies were also pioneers in weatherproof textiles. Aquascutum was the first company to develop a waterproof wool quality back in the 1850's! This chocolate brown trench coat is above the knee in length, and has all the traditional elements: double breasted, epaulets, hook closure at neck, belts at waist and cuffs, handwarmer pockets, and this trench has an added pocket at the chest. Size 18, fits a very fitted women's XL, but works well oversized, or as a small size S men's

Chest width 55 cm
Front Length 83 cm

Hot tip for buying vintage online
Please be aware that sizes and fits vary greatly from brand to brand, and decade to decade. Instead of just following the garments' S/M/L labels, we recommend comparing the garments' measurements with a similar product you own and know fits you.

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When people think of trench coats, most people might think of Burberry straigth away, but the other traditional English outfitter Aquascutum has just as long a history for trench coats, as they both made the first trench coats for the military during WWI. Both companies were also pioneers in weatherproof textiles. Aquascutum was the first company to develop a waterproof wool quality back in the 1850's! This chocolate brown trench coat is above the knee in length, and has all the traditional elements: double breasted, epaulets, hook closure at neck, belts at waist and cuffs, handwarmer pockets, and this trench has an added pocket at the chest. Size 18, fits a very fitted women's XL, but works well oversized, or as a small size S men's

Chest width 55 cm
Front Length 83 cm

Hot tip for buying vintage online
Please be aware that sizes and fits vary greatly from brand to brand, and decade to decade. Instead of just following the garments' S/M/L labels, we recommend comparing the garments' measurements with a similar product you own and know fits you.

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