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post #5551 of 5822
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Originally Posted by Peacoat View Post


I took a look at this jacket. It isn't a surplus coat, and it isn't made by Sterlingwear.

If you haven't already, take a look at my peacoat dating guide which is linked to in my signature line below. it will tell you how to distinguish the issue peacoats from the civilian copies.

 

Thanks for the help, the dating guide was helpful. I am not going to bother with the peacoat if its not made by sterlingwear, i suspect the quality will be poor. Maybe I will ebay a vintage one, six button, kersey wool, with corduroy pockets is the jacket I truly want.

post #5552 of 5822

Hi all, 

New here, I found an older peacoat (Whaling Co.?) for pretty cheap that was roughly my size.

Looking for fit advice and if it would be worth taking it to a tailor.

 

My concerns:

Shoulders feel a tad big

There's a lot of room in the torso (I could probably smuggle a small child over the mexico/us border)

Sleeves feel very wide (and maybe long?)

 

 

 

Sorry for the bad images

Opinions?

post #5553 of 5822
I have found that people with slight builds seldom find an issue peacoat to properly fit them. Perhaps one of the civilian makers who offer an extra small size might be a better fit.
post #5554 of 5822

@digital_denim It should be sort of thinner from the waist down, sort of like a slim-fit ..also taper the back of the jacket.. look at the cuts/styles on http://www.perfectpeacoat.com/mens-store/pea-coats-c-46.html to get an idea

post #5555 of 5822

@kaplac It's not that bad because pea coats tend to look nice with a broader shoulder anyway. But try tapering the back of the coat to get it to fit you better and maybe the sleeves also. Nice coat, by the way!

post #5556 of 5822

How does this look? I feel like it fits perfectly, minus the sleeves being a touch too long but you can't see that in the picture.

Edit: this is my sterlingwear authentic that came in the mail today
post #5557 of 5822
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Originally Posted by Arsenal View Post


I really like this but it's a bit expensive for me... any other alternatives that are similar? Dark, charcoal, tweed peacoat type etc.

I'll be putting SterlingWear 36R this week for Sale this week
post #5558 of 5822

@pipeburst nice buy!

post #5559 of 5822

Hi guys,

Below are two photos with my recently purchased RL denim & supply navy classic pea coat (there is also black version). As you see It's slim fit. I want to consult with you regarding sleeve length. It seems a little too short or for slim fit cut it's acceptable, what do you think?

Thanks in advance

 

P.S

In case somebody interested in purchasing same pea coat

I bought size Medium

160lbs 

6.1ft

 


Edited by Nathan84 - 12/10/13 at 1:52am
post #5560 of 5822
Sleeve length is OK, torso length may be a bit short. Hard to tell from the pictures, though. As long as it covers your butt it is OK.
post #5561 of 5822

Luxire Duffle Coat

 

 

 

 

 

post #5562 of 5822
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Originally Posted by Peacoat View Post

Sleeve length is OK, torso length may be a bit short. Hard to tell from the pictures, though. As long as it covers your butt it is OK.

It covers partially.

Thanks anyway. 

post #5563 of 5822

Good day everyone. I received my 10 button WW2 peacoat today in the mail and wanted to get some feed back about the fit, look, and etcetera. Overall, I am happy with the coat since I have been looking for over a year to find an original piece with the right measurements. Anyhow, the pit to pit in the ad said 19” but its more of 19.5"-19.75”.  My questions are how do I clean the coat and how do I get rid of the wrinkled collar. Also, the coat seems a bit boxy when unbuttoned (maybe tailor a little?) and the wool feels a bit stiff/new (maybe a good thing). Im a newbie so take it easy on me lol. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #5564 of 5822

it looks pretty nice when buttoned--if the piece has not been cleaned in some time, get it dry cleaned, and as for the lapels, you can probably ask someone to iron them out. a double breasted coat will never look as good as a SB unbuttoned simply because of the excess fabric. this is probably the best you can do

post #5565 of 5822
Looks like a good fit to me. Try misting the collar to get wrinkles out. Don't worry that it looks boxy when unbuttoned; peacoats aren't made to be worn that way.

Use a one way fabric brush to clean it. The brush will have two sides, each side will be for brushing one way. But first get it dry cleaned. That will get rid of any unwanted bugs, and will give the coat a very nice finish.

Is the tag size a 36? Surprised to see a WWII coat with a p2p measurement that large. Normally, just a little over 19".

Congratulations on a good find.
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