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Trench coat Technical serge with membrane Navy blue

Navy blue trench in technical serge wth water repellent membrane.

Single-breasted trench coat under tab, buttoned raglan pockets, raglan sleeves, front and back storm flaps, belt with leather buckle, tab on cuff sleeves, 1 back vent.
Interior with 2 welt pockets and 1 patch button pocket.

Mens raincoat 84% polyester and 16% viscose
Dry clean

men's Trench coat 20HM3PODE-PM11/30

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Conceived by Thomas Burberry for the English officers in the First World War, the trench coat, as waterproof as it is elegant, came with the soldiers into town when the war was over, and ended up seducing civilians. Immortalised by Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca in 1942, it became - with its under collar flap, where once before the butt of a rifle rested, its ten double breasted buttons, its belt and epaulettes - the uniform of detectives and an eternal ally of elegant men.

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Denotes a fabric whose inter-woven threads have light, oblique stripes.

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