Introducing a remarkable bit of outerwear for the swiftly dropping temperatures.
Like many items of clothing ubiquitous among the civilian population (particularly outerwear), the duffle coat has its origins in the armed forces, specifically as standard issue wear for the British Navy. And just like its close cousins – the trench coat, the field jacket – the duffle has endured, thanks to a timelessly appealing style, and a reputation for being nigh-on indestructible.
It’s tempting to think that there’s little that can be done to improve on the original iterations of this style, but we had a few ideas, and so decided to throw our watch cap into the ring. By which I don’t mean we have attempted to reinvent the wheel. Rather, we have made a return to the standards of quality and manufacture that are rarely seen in modern duffle coats, and made a few subtle tweaks and changes to suit our own tastes (and hopefully yours, as well).