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Pea Coat 38R Navy by Sterlingwear of Boston - Navigator model

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by joel_954, Nov 11, 2012.

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    joel_954 Senior member

    May 27, 2007
    Land of the Poorly Dressed
    The NAVIGATOR is cut from the same patterns we use in the production of the official U.S. Navy-issue coat and is made to the same exacting standards required by the U.S. Government. However, for this model we chose a full satin lining to lend a hint of luxury to an already steadfast symbol of American quality and style. The Navigator will provide both warmth and uncompromising good looks for years to come.


    U.S. Government Specification Style Peacoat
    Double-breasted style with 6 anchor design buttons
    24-ounce 24-oz 100% virgin melton wool shell
    Full satin lining, yoke, and sleeves
    Convertible collar
    Framed slash pockets
    Inside breast pocket
    Vented back with parallel tack
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