This vintage overcoat was made in the years following WWII. This style was popular in the late 1940s in through about the mid 1950s. It is a double breasted gabardine overcoat, with a mouton collar. The body is lined in alpaca pile, the sleeves are quilted. The collar on this one is the nicest I’ve seen, so luxuriously soft. The shoulders are wide and heavily padded, for that early bold look. There are a few small mothnips on the sleeve, but they’re minor. The belt is detachable, allowing you to wear it with a full belt, a half belt or no belt at all.
Chest: (pit to pit): 24″ (doubled = 48″)
Shoulder to Shoulder: 21″
Sleeve (shoulder to cuff): 25″