Tuesday, October 3, 2017

The Cordings Men's House Check Tweed Field Coat - Made in England

Photos by Salt Water New England
You won't find a finer field coat than the Cordings House Check Tweed Field Coat.  Made in England for Cordings by the peerless Chrysalis, each coat is hand-cut and made of British tweed.  The fit is generous and allows for movement.   This is a beautifully finished and substantial garment, providing a good deal of warmth.
Breathable, Waterproof and Windproof with a Teflon Coating

Made in England


Raglan Sleeves

Satin Quilted Lining,  Zippered Security Pocket,  and Heavy Duty Two-Way Brass Zipper

Inner knit cuffs and moleskin lined hand-warmer pockets keep the hands warm.   The cartridge pockets are of a good size with a retaining flap holder for easy access.

Silent Studs and Loden Collar; Shown with Cordings Lambswool Cable Crew Neck Jumper - Jumper Made in Scotland
The Handsome Cordings House Check
I just received my terrific Cordings House Check Tweed Field Coat, and was pleasantly surprised how heavy and warm it is. It’s definitely designed for chilly weather, and I now prefer it to the Barbour Beaufort (with lining) that I’ve been using for my excursions out into wild nature. Aesthetically, this tweed is subtler than the busier bold patterns I’ve seen, and goes better with everything. And to continue my life-long Dandy habit, I’ve also ordered the matching Cordings Croft Cap which I’m sure will impress to no end all the style-conscious animals and birds I’ll encounter in the fields. 
- Robert Reichardt, Comment
Jumper and Field Coat Sent by Cordings