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  1. varun009
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    80% is very acceptable.

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  2. Yannick J.
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    I love Pea Coats. Since I tend to have highly informal situations like working out and a overcoat would look redicolous with sweatpants. So I really like the versitility.

    However I also found that the military peacoats I could find in thriftstores, where usually cut way to boxy for my tall and slim self.

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  3. andrew kelly
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    Thanks for posting the his video.

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  4. J Gomes
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    thank u sir!!!

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  5. Christian Pastrano
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    I found a Navy blue peacoat with gold buttons at a antique store. Heavy and mint. Beautiful coat

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  6. 1 1
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    Melton Wool comes from Melton Mowbray in England.

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  7. Drigger95
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    Thank you so much for this video! You saved me a lot of money. I went to a military surplus store and bought an authentic peacoat that's 100% wool for a much lower price than designer peacoats.

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  8. Andrew Colin
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    I looked at the Sterlingwear pea coat, it isn't' 100% wool.

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  9. Chris Erics
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    Are there any Winter/rainproof pea coats that really keep you warm in the Swedish Winter!? Please advice

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  10. NSGaming Allen
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    I have had a peacoat for years. And it is everything on this video. Its very warm, very good for outdoors, and nice casual and somewhat formal wear. A all round must have.

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  11. Real.Piece.Of.Work
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    The name comes from farmers who used to wear it to harvest peas. This is a 100% cast iron fact.

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  12. Real.Piece.Of.Work
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    I love the dude in the Gentleman's Gazette logo, he looks like he's eyeing up some flapper.

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  13. Daryl Fields
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    I brought a peacoat size 6x and it was way too big for

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  14. Lucas Curley
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    The peak is one of the jackets where you can actually pop the collar but don't button it, it looked much better

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  15. Shahan Cheong
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    Thanks for the wonderful video! I just bought a lovely navy blue peacoat, heavily reduced, at a local flea-market. So warm and dense! And it's a proper, double-breasted overcoat, which is what I like. And even better – it buttons right up across the chest, always a useful feature in winter.

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  16. JRD 081992
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    I bought a US navy issued peacoat from the early 1920's. It was quite hard to find but well worth the wait

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  17. my cats
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    Well, this means that the style of coat I'm trying to identify is not a peacoat. LOL. Anyone know what they call the long coats that are worn by TV Detectives? Seem to be single-breasted but long. I've seen them described as "peacoat" when being sold but I think they are mislabeled?

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  18. Martin Rayner
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    Recently bought one exactly like that from a local vintage shop, but was unaware the collar could be buttoned up that way. To be honest, I didn’t even know that extra button was even there! So, thanks a lot for that nice little surprise.

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  19. Wray Ellis
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    I just picked up a Schott Peacost at the thrift store for $12. Thanks to this video, I knew what to look for.

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  20. jak
    January 22, 2020 @ 12:12 PM

    i have a east german peacoat with 10 brass buttons on it

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