Short Rain Trench
The British military perfected, if not invented, this look last century, in the trenches. Even there, a little style was sewn in. Even there when lives were at stake. General Patton noticed.
No matter the time or place men enjoy getting the looks (it’s a myth we don’t).
Be dashing. Be daring. Brave men fought in coats like this so you could enjoy one in peacetime.
Short Rain Trench (No. 6965). Classic short double-breasted trench style in premium, weatherproof Japanese cotton/nylon gabardine. Single back vent (its original purpose was to give a soldier room to run as he moved across the battlefield—protection from strong winds). Gabardine is composed of threads sewn so tightly that the fabric is air- and waterproof. Bemberg/cupro lining. Faux horn buttons. Self-fabric belt. Buckles at waist and cuff. Center front neck hook and bar. Trapunto stitching at collar. Detachable throat or “trench” latch for extra coverage at neck. Imported.