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Warm overcoats

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These babys from Walker Slater would do the job.Full length, heavy Melton fabric ,great style and amazing finishing..Plus very affordable..Btw..I have the Burgundy one and everytime I wear it I get nothing but compliments.
I'm looking at this burgundy Walker Slater coat also. How did you size this?
 

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I'm looking at this burgundy Walker Slater coat also. How did you size this?
Hello,


I normally wear a 42L in everything and I went a size down. Managed to try it on in the ir Covent Garden shop. It's very roomy and you can make it tighter with a functional belt on the back. I wore it a couple of times with a suit and it is very comfy to wear plus it looks amazing. Sleeves are long enough and I'm 6 foot 3 , long hands. Great hands and the melton fabric is wind proof and it will keep you warm.
 

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I live in -30c weather easily (with windchill), and I get by with layering as per @dieworkwear suggested. My overcoat however, is double breasted, and very heavy with 100% wool and not a blend.

Things to consider. :)
 

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Any recos for a bal collar coat for the nyc winters? Preferably black.
 

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Any recos for a bal collar coat for the nyc winters? Preferably black.

Here's a start. Dark gray Bay w/ Raglan sleeves. Probably too light.
They have others w/o Raglan sleeves but with Bal collars. Regular
weight Loden is very warm and vitually waterproof. I own the coat
you are looking for from Burberry, long discontinued.

 
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