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Raglan Iridescent Gabardine Cotton Overcoat : Olive
The famous « Mac » is still manufactured in Scotland. The Mackintosh overcoat can be singled out for its unique discretion and its timeless style.
This outstanding gabardine version updated with a removable wool lining, notch lapels and raglan sleeves will be perfect during the 4 seasons. Moreover its slightly oversize vintage fit is ideal to layer sweaters and jackets.
100% cupro removable lining, White/Black stripes
2 outside pockets
Real horn buttons
This overcoat is large to size, if you want to wear it adjusted with a sweater we recommend to size down. If you prefer a roomy vintage look keep your normal size.
« Handmade » in Cumbernauld, Scotland
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Size & Fit
Size & Fit
All items are individually measured by the BEIGE team
1Shoulder width :
Measure between the shoulder seams measured across the back.
2Back Lenght :
Measure from the centre back of the base of the collar to the hem.
3Chest Circumference :
Lay the shirt buttons fastened and double the measurement across the chest between the lowest point of the arm seams.
4Sleeve Lenght :
Combine the measurement from the centre of the collar to the shoulder seam and the measurement from the shoulder seam to the end of the cuff.
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Delivery & Returns
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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Charles Mackintosh, father of the raincoat
Mackintosh’s story started in 1823 with the invention of a Scottish chemist called Charles Mackintosh. This year, the inventor worked out a multi-layered fabric made up of a rubber film.
Manufactured in the family firm in Glasgow, the first Mackintosh makes out the spirits but faced bad smell, stiffness and thermal stability issues. In 1943 Thomas Hancock solved these problems with his vulcanisation process.
In 1880, after having collaborated once, the two men became partners and produced the Mackintosh we know today: more flexible and lighter. Revolutionary, the Mackintosh became a generic term to designate all raincoats !
Rewarded for its international awareness, the company is honoured in 2000 by the ‘Queen’s Award for Enterprise’.
Still manufactured in the United-Kingdom, Mackintosh products stand out for their unequalled discretion. Their hidden buttonholes and straight cuts have made them an icon of British wardrobe.
Mackintosh products embody the British ‘understatement’ and help diffuse British tradition worldwide.