This vintage peacoat was issued during WWII. It has the ten button front, with corduroy pockets, and is made of kersey wool. It is missing one of the front buttons (easily sourced), and one has been re-sewn at some point with red thread. It is marked with the original owner’s name, Campbell, and is missing the original tag.
Chest (pit to pit): 21″ (doubled = 42″)
Shoulder to Shoulder: 18″
Shoulder to Cuff: 25″
This vintage canvas shirt jacket was made by Atlantis Ultimate Weathergear of Sag Harbour, New York. It is a heavy navy blue canvas with two chest pockets and a lace up front. There is some staining and fade to the material. It is raglan shouldered.
Chest: 23″ (doubled =46 = size 42)
I have worn the buttoned version of this USN M-69 Transport coat for two winters now, and it’s about the most practical winter garment imaginable. And yet- somehow so very ridiculous.
It’s a full length goatskin leather overcoat. This Willis and Geiger version has the zipper front, which gives it a bit of a deiselpunk vibe to it. Very Buck Rogers. Brown painted Talon zips throughout. Full alpaca pile lining with satin overlays. Mouton collar.