Originally purchasing surplus military coats after World War II, Gloverall first produced what is known as today’s Duffle Coat in 1954. Taking the Duffle Coat from its Wartime role as a utilitarian uniform to a symbol of 1960’s political activism, the iconic coats are still manufactured in England using traditional Buffalo horn toggles, shaded in a timeless black.
Shown Female Model with: Pirate Jacket Indigo, Alcoholic Trousers Indigo and Cowgirl Boots Multi
Shown Male Model with: Peace Sweater Natural, Harris Jeans Berto Oscar Check and Paradise Print High-top Trainer
85% WOOL 15% NYLON/POLYAMID
Climate print on front
Chaos slogan on hood
Female Model is 5'9/175cm and is wearing a size S
Male Model is 6'2'/187.96cm and is wearing a size M