Tagged size: L
This vintage coat was made in the 1940s by the Excel Garment Mfg. Co of Minneapolis, Minnesota under their Sno Fo label. The coat has a cotton shell with a sheepskin lining and collar. It has handwarmer pockets and flapped cargo pockets with leather reinforcement on the pockets.
This vintage mackinaw coat was made for Montgomery Ward and was sold under their Windward Outdoor Clothing label. It is double breasted, with a button on belt and plaid flannel lining.
This vintage jacket was made in the late 1930s by Red Head Brand. It features their convertible collar, which unzips and conceals a split, zip-up hood. It has large double-round front pockets and a doubled breast pocket. The game pouch empties with a hook closure and a zip running down the center. All zippers are Talon, with one of each of their main styles of pulls that were produced at that time, a rectangular pull with small rectangular hole, a bell shaped pull and a round holed Hookless style pull.
This vintage trench coat was made in 1943 for the US Army. Officially named the Regularion Army Officer’s Overcoat, Field, this trench is double breasted, with broad lapels, a wide overlap, belted waist, flap at the shoulder, buttoned throat latch under the collar, buttoned cuff adjuster belts, buttonholes at the hem to button back the tails, epaulettes and buttoned handwarmer pockets with pass through slits. It has a full wool button-in lining.
This vintage overcoat was made in the 1930s by Burberrys London It is made of brown wool with a rust colored overcheck. It has raglan sleeves, a three button front, and buttoned handwarmer pockets with pass through slits.