Genuine Vintage Crombie 1960s Houndstooth Wool Coat
An incredible vintage sixties coat made of cloth by the iconic coat-makers, Crombie of Aberdeen, in the iconic three-quarter length overcoat cut.
No tag to indicate the exact fabric composition, but the body of the coat feels as a soft wool, to be expected from such a name. The body of the coat is patterned with a black houndstooth flecked with brown and grey.
Fred Read & Co. label also inside.
This single-breasted coat features three large buttons to fasten and a notch lapel.
With two vertical jetted pockets, that can also be accessed via the interior lining for easy storage of your possessions. The coat lining also has one additional jetted pocket.
Fully lined inside with dark beige satin-feel fabric.
This coat is a thick and durable 60s winter piece, of sought-after Crombie quality, ideal for layering in the colder weather.
Chest: 44 inch / 112 cm
Length: 41 inch / 104 cm
Shoulders: 18 inch / 46 cm
Sleeve: 25 inch / 63.5 cm
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