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The American Trench is the result of a 2.5 year vision quest to create a premium trench coat in the United States. The American Trench is cut and sewn at a factory in northern NJ, about 30 minutes from New York City. The exterior fabric is the unparalleled Ventile cloth, woven in the UK since 1943 from American grown and spun Supima cotton.
Ventile fabric is woven in Switzerland from American grown and spun extra long staple (ESL)Supimacotton, and the tightness of the weave makes it totally water repellent. There is an additional DWR coating on the fabric - a modern twist that increases surface tension (beading effect) but does not inhibit breathability. Ventile's origin started in the UK in 1943 and was originally developed in WWII to use as flight suits for British pilots to survive North Atlantic seas.
The interior plaid lining in glen check pattern is 100% cotton and woven in North Carolina exclusively for American Trench.
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Modern and trim silhouette but enough room for a blazer underneath - if you wear trimmer fit suits, feel safe ordering your suit size.
CHEST pit to pit
SHOULDER seam to seam
SLEEVE outside to hem
LENGTH hps to hem
The exterior facing fabric of the American Trench is 100% cotton Ventile, woven in the same mill in the UK since 1943. Ventile was originally developed in WWII to use for flight suits for British pilots to survive North Atlantic seas.
Ventile is densely woven from American -grown and spunextra long staple (ESL) Supima cotton, and the tightness of the weave makes it totally water-repellent.
There is an additional DWR coating on the fabric - a modern twist that increases surface tension (beading effect) but does not inhibit breathability.
The interior lining is a glen check pattern woven from 100% cotton in North Carolina exclusively for American Trench.