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- 5% wool and 95% synthetic fiber
- Attention please: The sizes we offered are US sizes
- This classic long trench coat will ensure your slim fit style during winter season
- Double breasted button closure
- Attention: As different computers display colors differently, the color of the actual item may vary slightly from the above images, thanks for your understanding.
- Package Content: 1 x Men's Long Trench Coat
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*Size M-------Shoulder 43 cm-----Sleeve 63 cm-------Bust 106 cm-------Length 101 cm
*Size L-------Shoulder 44 cm-----Sleeve 64 cm-------Bust 110 cm-------Length 103 cm
*Size XL------Shoulder 45 cm-----Sleeve 65 cm-------Bust 114 cm-------Length 105 cm
*Size XXL-----Shoulder 46 cm-----Sleeve 66 cm-------Bust 118 cm-------Length 107 cm
*Size XXXL----Shoulder 46cm-----Sleeve 67 cm-------Bust 122 cm-------Length 109 cm
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00NF6N0I0
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 5, 2013
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The first thing you need to know is this coat runs very small, because it is manufactured in asian sizes. As a general rule of thumb, if you live in the U.S. take whatever size you normally wear, and order two sizes larger than that. This means that if you normally wear a U.S. size large (L), you will need to order this coat in a size double extra large (XXL). Some other reviews are saying you only need to order one size larger, but this is simply not true. If you want to make sure it will fit, measure yourself and use the sizing information provided on this page by the seller, which is 100% accurate by the way, paying special attention to the shoulder width and sleeve length. If those two things fit, the rest of the coat should also. I've read other reviews saying that the sizing information provided isn't accurate, but again this isn't the case.
With all the confusion about sizes done away with, let's move on to the actual coat. Simply put, it's cheap. You can tell it's been hastily manufactured. It's not fitted like it is in the picture, and the collar doesn't hold it's shape very well. I expected all this going in, so I wasn't disappointed. I got what I paid for. But that's not to say it's a bad coat. Most of the mistakes are minor and can be easily fixed. Plus, if you're willing to put in a little extra time and money getting it tailored, it'll most likely look almost exactly like it does in the picture. The specific problems that I encountered were: A hole in the left pocket that can easily be sewn, a button sewn on in the wrong place on the left sleeve strap which can easily be moved, a missing button on the left inside breast (I can easily add one, and it's on the inside so it doesn't even have to match), and a missing button hole for the fourth button down (though I suspect this is an intentional stylistic choice by the manufacturer). As for the collar and it not being fitted, I'll get some alterations made. Everything else about the coat was perfectly fine. In short, it's not a big deal and it'll be worth it in the end. It's for that reason that I gave this coat three stars in spite of its problems. Just think of it as a not-quite-finished template for getting a really sharp looking, custom fitted coat made, and you won't be disappointed.
I bought a size XL for my son, who is very tall and very skinny. He is 6'5, and wears a size 38L blazer, for reference (170 lbs).
Pros: Nicely styled.
Very reasonably priced (cheap, even)
Fits well, if you pay attention to the size chart included with the description
Cons: Medium weight wool - not the best for bitterly cold days
Cheap lining - the lightest possible weight lining fabric
Some hanging threads - I clipped them
On the tan overcoat, the buttons were black. I'll be changing them to tan as soon as I get some, because they are discordant to my eye.
It was only 20 degrees here this morning, and 15 degrees this afternoon, but my son was warm enough wearing this coat. The coat does a reasonable job of stopping the draft for the length of the coat. Since he is 6'5, which is extremely tall, it is barely mid-thigh length. Also, the belt on the back of the coat is too high on my son's torso, since I guess it's designed for the Asian man, who is typically 8" or more shorter than my son, I'd presume.
My plan is to have made a new lining for this coat out of the heaviest possible lining fabric, and have the back side seams opened so the belt can be moved down 4 to 6 inches, so it looks right on my son. With these alterations, it will be a very nice looking coat, and be more suitable for Northeastern Pennsylvania winters, which can be pretty nasty.
With all of my negative comments, and my somewhat fewer positive comments, let me say that overall, I liked this coat well for the price. I liked it enough that I bought the black coat for my son for Christmas, and, after it arrived and I had inspected it, I ordered the tan one for him. He's pleased with both.
One minor note: the tan coat arrived mashed in a plastic bag, and was extremely rumpled. It took me about 30 minutes with a steam iron to get it pressed out so it looks sharp. I also noted at that time that it didn't look like the seams were carefully pressed open at the factory, so I took care of this item, too. Again, for the price, I can't really complain. Once I take care of getting the linings in the coats replaced, and the belt on the back moved (which I recognize is a very specific situation caused by a very tall young man), these coats will be of good enough quality to carry him through high school and any dressy occasions beyond.