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Product Focus: G-Star Peltz Garber Trench Coat

27th November 2014 | Posted in Mens by Ryan Gray




Reflecting the beautiful craftsmanship that goes into every G-Star product, the G-Star Peltz Garber Trench coat is the next in line from a range of infamous pieces of outerwear from the iconic Dutch label.

Loved the world over for their unique approach to fashion and their infusion of military and industrial styles into the every day wardrobe, G-Star have been striving to bring functionality and style back to modern design, doing so in rugged and effective fashion.

The Peltz Garber Trench coat is the intimate reflection of just this, carrying a dark, utilitarian colour way that is reminiscent of military uniform styling.
With features that make it practical as well as stylish, such as welted angled pockets, the Pelts Garber is truly unique in its approach to well made practicality.

With a three quarter length that gives it a foreboding but smart look, this G-Star trench coat offers smart under tones that still has the versatility to be worn on a more casual look.
As the perfect accompaniment to denim, the G-Star Peltz Garber Trench Coat is crafted using a micro twill that gives it a soft feel thanks to consisting of 97& cotton and 3% elastane.



A single rear vent perfectly flows through the slim fit of this jacket, which carries a belted collar, zip and popper fastening and shoulder patches to offer a reinforced construction. 

Carrying a unique style that is set to be a sure fire hit with any G-Star fan, the Peltz Garber trench stays true to its DNA, functioning as the next in line from an illustrious chain of long length G-Star coats that have provided individual styling options for decades.


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