Coats, Jackets & Duffle-coats

Warmth, comfort and elegance are the qualities of our range of coats and jackets. Classic and trendy at the same time, the Duffle-Coat is a must-have for the fall-winter season.

A coat is a loose-fitting garment, usually long, worn over other clothing and generally intended to cover the whole body to protect it from the cold or bad weather.

Indeed, until the 19th century, the coat was used above all to show one's social rank. A privilege of the wealthier classes, it gradually became a garment that was both indispensable and elegant.

The coat or jacket can be worn at any time of the year, depending on the model, whether in winter or mid-season. So you can stay warm, protect yourself from the weather or simply add a touch of elegance to your look.

Our men's coats and jackets are made by prestigious brands such as Barbour, Out of Ireland, London Tradition and Tom Joules.

Are you looking for a warm and robust coat?  We have just what you need.

The Duffle-Coat, which takes its name from the material used to make it, is a thick coat made of woollen cloth, often with a large hood and covering three quarters of the body. It is a garment created in the 19th century in England for sailors.

Find the London Tradition Duffle-coats made of 70% wool.  Ideal for winter or mid-season, over a cardigan or a sweater. Perfect for a night out on the town.

The Barbour jacket is one of the most iconic pieces of menswear in rainwear. These jackets are made entirely of waxed cotton to withstand the elements. Ideal for winter or mid-season, to wear in the countryside, for horse riding or for a hunting trip for example.

For a much more elegant look, try the Haris Tweed jackets in 100% pure wool from Brook Taverner, a respected manufacturer of high quality menswear.

Winter and mid-season are ideal times to wear your Harris Tweed jacket in style. The tweed jacket can be worn over a tweed waistcoat.

You can also find mid-season jackets such as down jackets or saharan jackets from Tom Joules and Out of Ireland for a lighter look.

For example, you can wear your safari jacket with navy trousers and a plain checked shirt with brown derby shoes.

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