A cotton gabardine trench coat featuring a striped silk undercollar.
Invented by Thomas Burberry in 1879, cotton gabardine is a tightly woven, weatherproof fabric that protects against the elements.
A Kensington modern fit, the design is tailored to the body, with slim set-in sleeves.
Design details reference the coat's military heritage: epaulettes are positioned on the shoulders, a gun flap fastens at the chest and a storm shield covers the upper back. A throat latch and hook-and-eye collar provide further protection from the weather.