Great coat, but the picture depicting the color of “British Khaki” is wrong. Buy the coat anyway! Marvelous construction, proper fit, and sturdy hardware. The only thing you should be cautious of is the color of the British Khaki. The photo online (as it appears on my Retina display) shows it as more of a tan/camel brown. In reality, it is much closer to the dark brown seen on World War I military uniforms (hence the name: British Khaki”). It’s a great coat, I love it, and you should grab this steal of a deal while you can!Here’s a link to a picture showing the proper color…
London Fog rules This is my fourth London Fog coat and the best design, construction, and fit of all the topcoats I’ve owned in my adult years I’m 75.
Regular sized pockets but everything else was nice on this trench coat. Received the coat and it met all my expectations except one. Don’t expect to fit a lot of stuff in the pockets. I’m used to fitting 32oz bottles of Powerade or Gatorade into my trench coat pockets but these would fit a large cellphone and your hands but that’s about it. I suppose most people wouldn’t care but one thing I’ve always enjoyed about my previous 3 trenchcoats was massive pockets that let me fit anything and everything I cared to into them. It was like a wearable bag of holding…
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