Mens Classic Duffle Coats -- Indigo

Mens Classic Duffle Coats -- Indigo
  • Mid length classic wool mix duffle coat.
  • Hand made in England- really- not all `British`duffles are made here anymore.
  • Made from the best Italian cloth from Tuscany.
  • 70% wool and 30% mixed fibres - the wool is completely recycled to preserve precious resources, whilst the mixed fibres creates a smooth finish and prevents pilling.
  • Luxury softness is achieved by steaming the fabric with soft Apennine mountain water from the River Bisenzio
  • Fantastic depth of colour.
  • Resistant to pilling.
  • Classic double-sided fabric woven together, not stuck or glued like inferior copies.
  • Based on our classic Montgomery design with traditional fixed saddle shoulder.
  • Two piece pancake shaped hood is closed with slide adjusters.
  • Detachable throat tab is held back with colour matched buttons.
  • The closures are leather with real buffalo horn toggles.
  • All seams are bound in tonal edging fabric.
  • Twin patch pockets, interior wallet pocket.
  • Dry clean only.

Please be aware that as many of our styles are made to be generous fitting, the coat measurements provided are not body measurements but actual garment measurements. Many of our customers find that the best way to determine the size is by measuring a coat they already own. Please see our How to measure your coat ? guide link below for more details.

Size Conversions

Size 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52
EU 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62

Product Measurements

Neck/Arm 34.5" 35" 36" 36" 36.5" 36.5" 37" 38" 38"
Length 38.5" 39" 40" 40.5" 41" 42" 42.5" 43.5" 44"

Inches to cm converter

Dry Clean Only

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Hello! Thanks for the good communication, I have returned the coat and received the replacement in under 2 days. Fantastic!

Mr. John Robertson
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British Duffle Coat Maker

Original Montgomery is the oldest surviving company chosen by the British Admiralty in the early 1890's to make the first duffle coats.