Russian navy wool coat, black, surplus
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Tired of the traditional Pea Coat? Why not try the much more imposing Russian model! It's the stuff fashion garments are modeled after. Of course, this is the real deal and not a copy with a fancy name attached to it.
Granted, the traditional navy Pea Coat is a timeless classic. But for those who feel it's so last season should try the more eccentric Russian model with its shiny brass buttons and the cut that makes even the thinnest nerd look like something out of a Marvel comic.
This modern model has four pockets on the front and two zippered ones on the inside. The outside pockets are closed with factory seams, you'll have to open the stitches to use them. Please do this after you decide to keep the coat.
Naturally these are made of thick and durable wool fabric and lined with polyester batting and nylon liner. Usually wool just requires some airing out to make it fresh again, you should spare it from washing as long as possible. If the need arises, do it in 30 degrees Celsius with wool cycle. However we recommend just brushing, airing out and spot cleaning as much as possible.
First the Russian GOST size, then recommended height & chest circumference in centimetres. These fit best on normal body types - chest about 12 cm wider than the waist. The cut is pretty tight and does not flatter beer bellies at all.
Our model is pretty much Euro size 48 and 175 cm tall, and wears here a size 48-4 coat. It's a tight fit, not much room for other stuff.
Russian navy surplus
Or "surplus", who knows how these got out of there. The condition is overall very serviceable and presentable in public.
Very random, very poor.