Originally Posted by sho'nuff
absolutely dont get you on this one. sure, you ask can i get. what else do you want a person to say? "give me a coffee" . sure. a kid can say that. "can i get/may i...
Originally Posted by Coatwright
It pleases me greatly to read how highly you rate the Invertere coats. Invertere ARE still manufacturing coats in England although only selling direct to the end customer. Having...
Originally Posted by voxsartoria
The answer is a real Grenfell or an Invertere, both deceased.
Agreed. I have a couple of Invertere raincoats and an Aquascutum trench (made in England). The...
Originally Posted by KObalto
I wouldn't dye it. If you don't want it, I'll bet you can turn it over on B&S very quickly.
I just picked up an Invertere Squire (corduroy hunting jacket with suede shoulders)...
For the lighter weight stuff I like high twist cloth. I have a suit made up from H&S 9oz high twist and it's proven really good, especially for travel. It's light weight, strong and resists wrinkles really well.
I have heroically won a NOS Invertere raincoat on ebay. It's quite a lot lighter in shade than it looked in the pics - a creamy white colour which isn't going to be too practical.
However, it fits well and the construction is...