This is that coat — the one you find yourself reaching for the minute you feel a chill in the air.
Mackinaw cloth is a heavy and dense water-repellent woollen cloth. It was first used to make these coats in November 1811, when they were commissioned for the British Army at Ft. St. Joseph, Ontario (near Mackinac). They were later made famous by American loggers in the upper midwest as workwear during the mid-19th century logging boom. Today, they remain a firm favourite by many people as an outer layer in cold weather environments.
The Stormy Kromer Mackinaw Wool Coat is made from 26 oz. 100% virgin wool, making it the heaviest and warmest Mackinaw Wool Coat available. It is extremely durable, water repellent and very warm. The six pockets are utterly convenient. And the five-button front offers flexibility for layering.
This is the olive green version.
I ordered a Stormy Kromer Mackinaw coat on Tuesday afternoon. It arrived first thing Thursday morning. Before ordering I contacted Natural Man to ask about the sizing. Mark rang me back and explained that he had contacted some of his customers who had the same coat and recommended a size for me. When the coat arrived it was the perfect size and the quality of the jacket is brilliant. I would have no hesitation in ordering from Natural Man again. Thank you.
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