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Waterproof Trench Coat

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Our customers rave about our fit, check out the reviews.

FRAHM jackets are cut for real men's bodies and action. We've subtly altered classic tailoring for more movement, for real life. Our jackets do not have a restrictive teenage 'fashion' cut. 

Size by measurements, not that you are a 'Large' or 'XL' in another brand. Fit can vary wildly between brands and their size may not be ours.

If you can't measure your chest circumference, the best guide to size is your best fitting existing jacket or suit jacket. Then Live Chat us and we can advise what your size is. We are experienced fitters.

"Tall" sizes are for very tall men, offering exactly the same jacket with significantly longer arms and torso. Don't buy one if you're above average - our standard sizes will fit. Our arm lengths are longer than most.

If you have short arms, we will happily have your sleeves altered for you when possible (most of the time it is). Please Live Chat or email us to discuss.

If you have any questions please do Live Chat or email us on hello@frahmjacket.com

EXAMPLES OF MEN IN FRAHM

RUGBY BUILD

Ben: 6'1". 45" chest. Very muscular 'rugby' build. Wearing workshop-worn XXL Utility Field Jacket.

 

AVERAGE HEIGHT, ATHLETIC

Chris: 39" chest. 5'9". Slim, athletic physique. Wearing medium khaki Utility Field Jacket.

 VERY TALL & SLIM

Miles: 40" chest. 6'5". Wearing medium tall beige Waterproof City Coat.

DAD BOD
NICK: 42" chest. 5'11". Fit, fairly muscular but not slim, AKA 'Dad Bod'. Wearing a navy blue Woodland Worker's Jacket in Large, over a jumper (FRAHM Jackets have room for layers).
TALL & AVERAGE
PRAVIN: 40" chest, 6'2". Slim to average physique. Tall but doesn't need to step up to a 'Tall' size as arms are long enough. Pravin is wearing a medium Lightweight Worker's Jacket in French Blue.
FIT CYCLIST
CHRIS: 40" chest, 5'10". Slim upper body, muscular lower half. Often leaning forwards over handlebars. Wearing medium Harrington Racer Jacket in Navy Blue.

Size chart

Our customers rave about our fit, check out the reviews.

FRAHM jackets are cut for real men's bodies and action. We've subtly altered classic tailoring for more movement, for real life. Our jackets do not have a restrictive teenage 'fashion' cut. 

Size by measurements, not that you are a 'Large' or 'XL' in another brand. Fit can vary wildly between brands and their size may not be ours.

If you can't measure your chest circumference, the best guide to size is your best fitting existing jacket or suit jacket. Then Live Chat us and we can advise what your size is. We are experienced fitters.

"Tall" sizes are for very tall men, offering exactly the same jacket with significantly longer arms and torso. Don't buy one if you're above average - our standard sizes will fit. Our arm lengths are longer than most.

If you have short arms, we will happily have your sleeves altered for you when possible (most of the time it is). Please Live Chat or email us to discuss.

If you have any questions please do Live Chat or email us on hello@frahmjacket.com

EXAMPLES OF MEN IN FRAHM

RUGBY BUILD

Ben: 6'1". 45" chest. Very muscular 'rugby' build. Wearing workshop-worn XXL Utility Field Jacket.

 

AVERAGE HEIGHT, ATHLETIC

Chris: 39" chest. 5'9". Slim, athletic physique. Wearing medium khaki Utility Field Jacket.

 VERY TALL & SLIM

Miles: 40" chest. 6'5". Wearing medium tall beige Waterproof City Coat.

DAD BOD
NICK: 42" chest. 5'11". Fit, fairly muscular but not slim, AKA 'Dad Bod'. Wearing a navy blue Woodland Worker's Jacket in Large, over a jumper (FRAHM Jackets have room for layers).
TALL & AVERAGE
PRAVIN: 40" chest, 6'2". Slim to average physique. Tall but doesn't need to step up to a 'Tall' size as arms are long enough. Pravin is wearing a medium Lightweight Worker's Jacket in French Blue.
FIT CYCLIST
CHRIS: 40" chest, 5'10". Slim upper body, muscular lower half. Often leaning forwards over handlebars. Wearing medium Harrington Racer Jacket in Navy Blue.

 
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Dark Navy
Classic Beige

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The Waterproof Trench Coat won't be made again and we're clearing a few that are left, as we move away from any smart office gear to the outdoors. Ironically we wear ours to splosh through muddy walks, as it's so tough!

Nick's Design Notes: There are two times in life when a waterproof is vital - up a bloody great mountain, alone, as the dark sets in. Or walking from The Tube to that make-or-break board meeting, just the heavens open. I wanted a jacket that protected you in both scenarios. Super tough, but very simple & elegant. This is it. 

A smart, true waterproof to complement a suit and tie. We wanted to add greater longevity and a wider range of use too, so it can be taken on country walks and it's ok getting chucked into a pile in the pub.

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Fabric is everything. What strikes you immediately is the beautiful matt finish, unlike most waterproofs that have that nasty plastic crinkle. It has fantastic structure - holding an elegant shape, even when folded or even crushed. It doesn't crease.

It is independently rated an outstanding 20,000 for waterproofing and breathability, rare even for hardcore mountaineering jackets.

There's a lot of thought put into the hood and collar. The hood is buttoned on under the collar and is removable. The crisp collar can be turned upwards if preferred. The hood itself isn't floppy, with a smart button closure across the neck. Italian cord adjusters and leather stops mean you can tighten it in heavy storms and stay smart.

As ever, everything is beautifully detailed, in a simple package. An zipped internal chest pocket maintains clean lines and protect your phone. There are flashes of deep red internal trim. The internal waterproof lining is has contrast waterproofing tape across the seams. A ticket pocket and two elegant hand pockets just where you'd want them.

As ever, we have built a jacket with room to move and room over a suit, and rated 20,000 breathable fabric. The shoulders and hood are pleated for movement and fit, with large rear shoulder vents to dump warm, moist air.

Lastly, the arms offer lots of movement, with more length and scalloped cuffs for extra protection.

Brilliant, beautiful, tough and understated.

Ideal weather range is 1c (room for a thick jumper or suit) to 20c, in all conditions including torrential rain and high winds. 

Technical Info:

  • Extremely tough 3-layer 20,000mm waterproof & 20,000mm breathable fabric from Como, Italy
  • Thorn & abrasion resistant cotton twill outer, with inner waterproof membrane and non-sticky internal bonded lining
  • Suitable in all conditions, including prolonged torrential rain
  • Unique shoulder vent system dumps warm, moist air
  • Hood is cord adjusted & removable, via hidden buttons
  • Leather cord stops
  • Smart collar, closed with brushed Italian horn button can be turned up
  • Subtly cut for movement and to go over a suit or multiple layers
  • Flush hand pockets for sleek, elegant style
  • Scalloped adjustable button cuffs cover the knuckles
  • Split at the hem, for sitting and ease of movement
  • Internal ticket pocket & zipped internal chest pocket
  • Twin needle stitching in high load areas
  • No external branding
  • Dry clean or hand wash, delicate

£10 from each jacket sold will be donated to Mind mental health charity.

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Customer Reviews

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R
R.
Amazing Service

Really fast replies, evening during the holidays. Then super fast shipping. Then amazing coat. This is one of the best fitting coats I own. I have complete confidence that I will own this coat for decades.

P
P.B.
It does it on a wet and windy night in Scotland

This jacket does what it says on the tin- keeps your dry! I’ve tested out pretty much every day since I’ve got it in some pretty grim Scottish weather and it has passed with flying colours.

The fit is great and once we can head back into the city I look forward to putting it together in an outfit rather than just for dog walking. The extra length compared to a normal rain jacket is appreciated whilst the vents on the back help keep the temp down. The buttons are nice and large which make it easy to use.

One thing I was unsure of was the size of the hood, I thought it was too small. I was convinced however once I adjusted it and was out in some very heavy rain I realised the size was just right. Apologies for doubting you Nick.

Another awesome jacket which looks good and does it’s job expertly!

K
K.T.
Well what can I say

Firstly let me say a big thank you to Nick for being so patient and Helpful The city coat is a great product. It fits very well,looks great and looks exactly what it is "a quality garment"only time will tell how well it will wear but I have little doubt that it will live up to expectations

C
C.S.
City Coat

The City Coat is as good as the reviews promised. It’s very well made - I am confident I will never have to buy another raincoat, unless someone steals it.

J
J.E.
Mens Waterproof City Coat

I wanted one last year, a change in job meant that I'd put this to good use but timing/need meant that I went for another option.
But it was still at the back of my mind & my solution felt like a compromise, good, but not good enough. Already owning a workers jacket (gateway drug) I had no doubt about the quality & fit (large, long for my ape-like arms) & this coat has literally got the measure of me.
It's heavy enough to feel substantial, has a feel & air of quality & the details together with the standard of finish really make it pop. Smart enough for high level business meetings, casual enough to wear with jeans & a hoodie this is my current go-to coat.
'Road' tested with a business trip to Norway it survived the travel well, not creasing & looking good at the end of a long days travel, waterproofing yet to be fully tested (I can wait) but 10 mins exposure to showers & wind seem to indicate excellent performance. And the hood. So much more practical than an umbrella - what my brother in law describes as the perfect coat for Glasgow.
Plus the tart in me likes a bit of exclusivity & my damaged MH likes the idea that the charity Mind has benefited a bit too.
Now, how to get an investment appraisal through for a ventile Field Jacket, or maybe just the camo version?