U.S Navy Style Pea Coat
The heavy topcoat worn in cold, miserable weather by seafaring men was once tailored from "pilot cloth" -- a heavy, coarse, stout kind of twilled blue cloth with the nap on one side. This was sometimes called P-cloth from the initial letter of pilot, and the garment made from it was called a p-jacket -- later a pea coat. The term has been used since 1723 to denote coats made from that cloth.
Based on a classic US Navy design this is a timeless and stylish jacket. Made from extremely soft outer shell material, slim fit cut, buttons marked with SURPLUS logo. Wind and weather protection thanks to high-closing collar, additional wearing comfort due to the walking slit on the back.
Material: 70% wool, 30% viscose
Sizes: Small to XXL