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  1. SAINT JAMES Men's Classic Peacoat

    £395.00

    SAINT JAMES Classic Peacoat is a great addition to your outerwear collection. It combines a timeless naval style with quality wool: this piece works well as formal or casual outerwear. Keep things classic with this authentic Peacot for a timeless silhouette.

    -Tailored collar
    -Wool cloth
    -False double buttoning
    -Aged silver button with anchor detailing
    -Red contrast on the neckline buttoning, the yoke under the neckline and interior finishing details
    -Polka dot tie fabric under the neckline
    -Slash pockets, inner pockets with piping and buttons
    -Stripe lining and back vent
    -Slim fit
    -Lenght : 81cms
    -Wool (85%) Polyamide (15%)

  2. Men's Hooded Water-Resistant Zip Jacket

    £155.00

    This nautical-inspired, water-repellent jacket features pockets with piping and zip detailing, tone on tone openwork mesh lining.
    Designed for both sailing or everyday city life, it's the perfect companion for all your adventures.

    - Zip fastening and drawstring hood
    - Tone on tone openwork mesh lining
    - Side and inner zip pockets
    - Ribbed finishes at bottom of garment and sleeve ends
    - Tone on tone SAINT JAMES embroidery on chest
    - Sporty cut
    - Lenght : 74,5 cm
    - Polyester (100%)

  3. NEMO II A

    £69.00

    With its strong seafaring tradition, the fisherman's smock is made from thick, sturdy fabric for facing the elements and features a button/pocket on the inside of the garment to make things easier whilst aboard ship. Traditionally, red brick colored smocks were worn by fishermen working near the water's edge and blue was reserved for sailors fishing further out in the Big Blue.
    The smock's simple, authentic and timeless style has made it a stayer, with this version appealling to most.

    Fisherman’s smock style top, split collar with loop and button detailing. Interior patch pocket.

    Length: 72 cms.
    Regular fit.

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