The American Peacoat


While traditional deck jackets didn't make an appearance until the 20th century, European Navies began wearing a shortened, single vent peacoat for more mobility on deck in the 1800's. A form-fitting silhouette was key in keeping sailors from flying away in the harsh winds - which was also beaten back with an ulster collar. 

The American Peacoat is proudly constructed in Boston, MA with fabric from American Woolen in Stafford Springs, CT.  This is a product of cold New England winters, through and through. Notice the four pockets - two rib-high slashes, and two flap pockets, on either hip. The parallel rows of genuine horn buttons are a high-level detail. Fully lined, with a locker loop and an internal chest pocket, the regal American Peacoat lives up to its name. 

This peacoat fits on the slimmer side. You should size up from your normal jacket or t-shirt size unless you won't be wearing layers underneath.

S - 38 29'' 23'' 25.75''
M - 40 30'' 24'' 26''
L - 42 31'' 25'' 26.25''
XL - 44 32'' 26.5'' 26.5''
XXL - 46 33'' 28'' 26.75''


100% Wool from American Woolen of Stafford Springs, CT. Dry Clean Only.
Fits slimmer than true to size. Use size chart for reference.
Cut and sewn in Boston, Massachusetts.

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