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Italian Reversible Shearling Overcoat in Brown

Todd Snyder

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Luxurious, cozy, and timeless: this Reversible Shearling Overcoat is pretty much perfect. Straight off the runway, wearing it feels a bit like getting a hug from a teddy bear. On one side, a deep chocolate calfskin; on the other, a cozy brown shearling. As the name implies, it’s completely reversible (there are even horn buttons on both sides) — just note that when you sport it leather-side in, you may want to avoid wearing any light colors to prevent crocking. Super warm and cozy, it hits just below the knees and has a chic, oversized fit and handsome drape. Details include two patch pockets on the exterior and two on the interior, along with a stand collar made for turning up against a chill. 

  • Calfskin Exterior
  • Shearling Interior
  • Genuine Horn Buttons
  • Made in Italy
  • Oversized Fit
  • Hits Below the Knee
  • Fully Reversible
  • Stand Collar
  • Two Patch Hand Pockets
  • Two Interior Patch Pockets
  • Spot Clean, Special Leather Care
  • Style Number LT1022496
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Reviewed by Jacques
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Rated 5 out of 5


When I first received this coat via shipping, I thought it was a bit conspicuous for my taste and was afraid that I made the wrong choice. Then, I decided to wear it underneath clothes whose colors complement the fabric and tones of the coat. The trick is to wear underneath it something nice but less conspicuous than the coat. The results were such that the coat beautifully framed my personhood, like what a majestic gold frame does for a simple but remarkable painting. The coat is timeless but appears quite historical. On its chocolate leather side, it clearly manifests soft Italian craftsmanship, but has a Central Steppe look, or even bears the appearance of a Russian shuba winter coat, or fur coats in which eighteenth-century Ottoman scholars cladded themselves —a rather old Eurasian semblance indeed. On the shearling side, it has an American frontier look (I haven’t worn this side of the coat just yet). And yet, the cut makes it part of the modern shearling coat family. This will be my second purchase of a Todd Snyder coat; both have been more than gratifying. This one however takes the cake.

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