|Court, popularly known as peacoat archetype is said and were in the 18 century. Name in English with the Netherlands to Pij jekker （ ピーイエッケル ） Pij coarse woolen, jekker originates from the jacket. Have European countries been adopted at several military peacoat-coats this time peaked in the 1910s United States Navy adopted as a noncommissioned officer for court should be.
1910'S peacoat features should be with anchor buttons carved out the 13 stars represent the coat of arms of the United States and it has high density thick Melton wool. Number of stars of the 13 pieces comes in that the number of States: in 1777, American independent as the United States was 13. Exactly when adopted United States Navy peacoat is unclear, but the dress code of the first world war was already for petty officer coat overcoat indicated as. The collar is designed to up the collar on while working at sea is a large, cover your face, can be sufficiently secured against strong wind. Also vertical pockets with slit expression thing, but that in this frozen hand to warm the hand warmer pockets. Productivity and cost has been reviewed since the 1930s and lighter fabrics, the obsolete 13 '.
|Condition : brand new
Outside pockets : two locations inside one place
Size : 36 38 40 42 44
MATERIAL: 36 oz. Melton Wool
：Rayon Satin LINING
BUTTON：Mil Specs Urea (13 Stars and Anchor Motief Early Type)
LABEL：Naval Clothing Factory
Size : (cm)
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Start Date: 03/03/2014 14:00 JST
End Date: 31/03/2014 23:59 JST
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