Burberry London Twill Trench Coat
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    Superdry men's Everest coat. Stay warm in this hooded jacket with a removable faux fur trim. The Everest coat features a zip and button fastening, four front pockets and a Superdry sleeve logo patch. The inside has a contrast lining and features a single inside pocket, ribbed hem and cuffs and woven sleeve logo patch.
  • Burberry The Wiltshire - Long Heritage Trench Coat for Men
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    The Wiltshire is a modern fit trench coat, tailored to the body, with slim raglan sleeves. The coat is made in England from cotton gabardine, invented by Thomas Burberry in 1879. The tightly woven cloth is protective against wind and rain, while being lightweight and breathable. Design details reference the coat's military heritage: epaulettes are positioned on the shoulders, a gun flap fastens at the chest and a storm shield covers the upper back. A throat latch and hook-and-eye collar provide further protection from the weather. Placed to ensure complete symmetry, the lining and undercollar are crafted from cotton twill in House check, a design used by Burberry since the 1920s.
  • Burberry The Westminster - Long Heritage Trench Coat for Men
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    The Westminster is a classic fit trench coat with a generous cut and raglan sleeves. The coat is made in England from cotton gabardine, invented by Thomas Burberry in 1879. The tightly woven cloth is protective against wind and rain, while being lightweight and breathable. Design details reference the coat's military heritage: epaulettes are positioned on the shoulders, a gun flap fastens at the chest and a storm shield covers the upper back. A throat latch and hook-and-eye collar provide further protection from the weather. Placed to ensure complete symmetry, the lining and undercollar are crafted from cotton twill in House check, a design used by Burberry since the 1920s.
  • Burberry The Westminster - Long Heritage Trench Coat for Men
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    The Westminster is a classic fit trench coat with a generous cut and raglan sleeves. The coat is made in England from cotton gabardine, invented by Thomas Burberry in 1879. The tightly woven cloth is protective against wind and rain, while being lightweight and breathable. Design details reference the coat's military heritage: epaulettes are positioned on the shoulders, a gun flap fastens at the chest and a storm shield covers the upper back. A throat latch and hook-and-eye collar provide further protection from the weather. Placed to ensure complete symmetry, the lining and undercollar are crafted from cotton twill in House check, a design used by Burberry since the 1920s.
  • Burberry The Sandringham - Long Heritage Trench Coat for Men
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    The Sandringham is a slim fit trench coat, tailored closely to the body, with a fitted waist and narrow set-in sleeves. The coat is made in England from cotton gabardine, invented by Thomas Burberry in 1879. The tightly woven cloth is protective against wind and rain, while being lightweight and breathable. Design details reference the coat's military heritage: epaulettes are positioned on the shoulders, a gun flap fastens at the chest and a storm shield covers the upper back. A throat latch and hook-and-eye collar provide further protection from the weather. Placed to ensure complete symmetry, the lining and undercollar are crafted from cotton twill in House check, a design used by Burberry since the 1920s.