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Who makes the best Crombie-style overcoat nowadays?


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Jan 11, 2011
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I dredged through some of the older posts on SF, but I'm not sure how relevant they are nowadays. Specifically, I'm looking for a slim fit navy wool double breasted overcoat that falls past the knees.

Now I can see that Crombie sells and makes the exact model of coat that I'm looking for, but on almost every single SF thread related to Crombie, people always warn that they're too overpriced and of poor quality. When I look for suggestions for alternatives, it looks like the consensus is to pick up a Covert coat from Cordings instead which doesn't help when I'm looking specifically for a Crombie style coat. David Reeves MTM is also on my short list, but I'm not getting out to NYC for a while...

Ideas? Price range would be $1000-2000.


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