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Visvim Commodore Coat



—01. Windstopper insulation.
—02. Made in Japan.


Made popular by Royal Navy officers during World War II, we suspect that this duffle coat by Visvim was named after Commodore Ericson, who consistently wears a similar coat in the 1953 film 'The Cruel Sea'. Super soft wool outer, Gore Wind-Stopper insulation and a decently sized hood make the jacket perfect for the (much) colder days. The toggles can be unfastened wearing gloves, but a hidden zip and a button at the top secure it even more.

Available at The Glade

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