Fleece Peacoat: double-breasted peacoat in dark blue wool featuring notched lapels and side pockets. Water repellent coat.
“Nothing—and we mean nothing—finishes a fit quite like a jacket or coat. The one that brings the whole look together, the one that people see instantly” (Esquire).
The peacoat jacket started gaining popularity among the masses in the 1970s, thanks to Robert Redford in Three Days of Condor. The wool jacket, marked by its double-breasted silhouette with two rows of, admiral-style buttons and a sizable collar, is completely insulating and hassle-free. It is utilitarian, cause in its origin intended to protect men traveling the ocean with harsh conditions.