A Donegal tweed coat designed with the motif of vintage Balmacans of the 20th century.
It features both the raglan sleeves and the bal collar, which are characteristic of the Balmacaan.
The bal collar has a longer upper lapel than the lower lapel and a naturally rolled lapel with an unbuttoned top button.
The raglan sleeves are made in the pattern of one-panel sleeves, commonly referred to the Japanese fashion industry, providing a relaxed and natural silhouette.
The lower lapel is long enough to be similar to the length of the upper lapel, which allows versatile styles to be worn.
The Donegal tweed used on the self was from Abraham Moon & Sons in the UK, the cotton twill and coupe twill in the lining were from Tokyo Textile, Japan, and Loisor, which only collects raw materials from Mt. Fuji, and Hon Burton was from Iris, Japan.
100% wool from Leeds, UK
100% cotton twill from Nagoya, Japan
100% cupro twill from Fujiyoshida, Japan
Buffalo horn button from Tokyo, Japan
100% Polyester thread from Gutach im Breisgau, Germany
Dry Clean Only
Concealed button closure at front
Single raglan Sleeve
Inverted box pleat at back
Patch pocket with flaps
*The units in the size table below are all cm.
|Sleeve (from the bottom of collar)
|Sleeve (from the pit)