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Rothco US Navy Type Peacoat

Rothco US Navy Type Peacoat

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The dimensions are all wrong. Military uniforms do vary of the years. the Peacoat was supposed to provide warmth while not being a liability and fabric getting caught in machinery. the length is to be waist height, so it would not hinder mobility while on the deck. The trim is also supposed to be slim. also, the USN navy blue is indestinguishable to black. part of why the peacoat became popular was due to the flattering masculinity that the coats had. This coat looks like a box.
is it in inches or centimeter? (the sizing)
Not genuine US mil issue, as it would violate the Berry Amendment being made in India. For the real thing, check out Sterlingwear of Boston. Made in Boston! They have some big sales from time to time.
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I believe the Peacoat I was issued in 2002 was by DSCP Quarterdeck collection. I would have to look when I get home. still have it, still wear it.
I bought mine in early March last year. Not the best time of year for coats, but I'm sure that's why they were on sale for $50.
This looks good, but the US Navy Peacoat was pretty short, what would be great and I would definitely buy would be great coats either US or UK style. They have always been hard to get even when they were issue, would be good to get a quality reproduction.
Made in India? What kind of quality does this company produce, curiously?
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Haha, that's very true
There was apparently an AMA on 4chan (so honestly, take it with a heaping mouthful of salt) from someone who worked at Rotcho who really ragged on Rothco's QC and production line, as most of it comes from the cheapest factories in China (according to them). I have no idea if its true, but honestly, Rothco's video production quality for their products doesn't give me a ton of faith.
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