Khaki Despatch Riders Coat$ 1,095
- Product Notes
This military-esque trench is inspired by Sir Malcolm Campbell OBE, the legendary motor racer and wartime despatch rider. Apart from an understated elegance - thanks in no small part to the handiwork of Grenfell's expert craftspeople - the coat is also eminently practical, featuring an extended, fur-lined collar that covers to the ears, a throat latch, detachable plaid lining, and a robust belt. Rendered in waterproof dry-waxed cotton from British Millerain, it comes in an olive green that pays homage to the trench coat's military roots.
Large chest map pocket
Acetate satin-lined sleeves
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- Size Notes
This product comes in UK sizes.
- Materials and Care Notes
Made in England
Waxed Cotton - 100% Cotton
- Delivery & returns
Due to the current global situation there might be delays in shipping. Our customer service team are available for any support you may require during this period.
This product is in the UK. It will be dispatched in 1 working day.
We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.
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For Grenfell, it's not enough just to create a jacket. That jacket has to be made using ethically sourced cloths, fabrics and trimmings, designed and made in England according to the brand's high production standards and fastidiously checked to ensure quality craftsmanship at every stage of the process. The same goes for coats, which Grenfell has also been creating since it was founded in 1923. Based in the east of London, the company's skilled craftspeople rework old classics, like the sturdy Shooter jacket, as well as creating new outerwear from modern designs.
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