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post #10081 of 37405
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

Raincoat is odd as a DB? That's....definitely not right. DB raincoat is iconic.

Yeah. That is correct. Derp on me.

Idk, I just like it a lot.

Ed, do they make those in knee length?
post #10082 of 37405
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

Yeah. That is correct. Derp on me.

Idk, I just like it a lot.

Ed, do they make those in knee length?

Barbour does not (or at least anything that you would want to wear) but they do a lot of collabs with hipster brands so you may find something. You can always do a cotton/techno fabric raincoat from Allegri
post #10083 of 37405
Lame.

I dont really want a rain coat. I want a cool looking, mid weight, knee length, awesomesauce coat. I thought that one fit the bill. It just happened to be useful as raincoat, but that was not what I intended it for.
post #10084 of 37405
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

Lame.

I dont really want a rain coat. I want a cool looking, mid weight, knee length, awesomesauce coat. I thought that one fit the bill. It just happened to be useful as raincoat, but that was not what I intended it for.

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Have you seen anything from Allegri?
post #10085 of 37405
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

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Have you seen anything from Allegri?

I have not, but I checked. Saw stuff from them on Nordstrom.com. Was not impressed. :/

This, from Belstaff, but knee length, would be amazeballs for me.


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post #10086 of 37405
Stitch that is a raincoat

Would look weird if u walked around in a tan knee length waterproof cotton coat on sunny days
post #10087 of 37405
That belsaff is too tight...
post #10088 of 37405
If by tight, you mean, TIGHT TIGH TIGHT!!! Then yeah, its pretty fucking toight.
post #10089 of 37405
Perhaps this waxed cotton number? I have a hard on for Belstaff right now. Obvi.


post #10090 of 37405
Trialmaster?

Looks a little too "moto"? Those snap pockets and belt

Do u drive a Motorcycle?
post #10091 of 37405
I think you might be looking for a great coat Stitchy. I'm on the fence about getting one myself. Crombie makes some nice ones.
post #10092 of 37405

Stitchy, what's wrong with a regular overcoat? Both would look so much better on you than that ring jacket thing,.

 

post #10093 of 37405
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Originally Posted by EFV View Post

I think you might be looking for a great coat Stitchy. I'm on the fence about getting one myself. Crombie makes some nice ones.

Oh yeah, and so much history. Iconic!


post #10094 of 37405
I am not looking for a dress coat, Im covered there.

I do not drive a motorcycle, but that has nothing to do with fashionz.
post #10095 of 37405
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

I am not looking for a dress coat, Im covered there.

I do not drive a motorcycle, but that has nothing to do with fashionz.

 

What kind of coat are you looking for? Rain coat? Pea coat? Leather jacket? That belstaff one looks exactly like the motorcycle coat my dad wears when he goes out on his Triumph cafe racer. Not sure if that's a good thing.

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