Grenfell

Houndstooth Coat : Olive 

1 075,00 €

Founded in 1922 and named after pioneering missionary Sir Wilfred Thomason Grenfell, Grenfell and its signature Cloth soon became known as the best technical fabric around, with this so-called 'wonder cloth' a must-have item for those in the know, and this love for Grenfell Cloth quite naturally evolved into the clothing label you know today.

True to its roots, the Campbell rain coat follows the blueprint of the signature rain coats from the Grenfell archive, which we've been crafting since the 1930s. 

Renamed after Sir Malcolm Campbell, the man who broke every land and water speed record going in his Bluebird cars and boats while wearing his prized Grenfell racing suit.

  • 100% Wool

  • Olive

  • Showerproof

  • Windproof

  • Lined with a 100% yarn-dyed cotton & acetate satin sleeve lining

  • Raglan Sleeves

  • 2 front slanted welt pockets

  • Internal newspaper pockets

  • Real horn buttons

  • Fits true to size, we recommend you to order your usual size

  • Made in England

About Grenfell

Estimated delivery times are 2-5 days for France, and 4-10 days for the rest of the world.

Shipping is free for all orders over 150 EUR all over Europe

You can exchange or return your items during 14 days after reception of your order

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About Grenfell

« Wonder cloth »

Founded in 1922 and named after pioneering missionary Sir Wilfred Thomason Grenfell, Grenfell and its signature Cloth soon became known as the best technical fabric around, with this so-called 'wonder cloth' a must-have item for those in the know, and this love for Grenfell Cloth quite naturally evolved into the clothing label you know today.

Sir Wilfred Thomason Grenfell

He pioneered medical missions from 1892, serving the Labrador coast of Newfoundland, Canada. He filled his life with adventure, not only in terms of his heroic service but with his Arctic quests too, and the timeless nature of Sir Grenfell's dedication to discovery continues to inspire Grenfell today.