by Camplin


Warm black jacket from the Camplin collection. Central closure and two side pockets with button closure. High collar. Excellent fit. Concealed inside pocket with zip. Inside lined in red. A timeless classic suitable for the winter season.


  • Jacket inspired by the "peacoat" of British Navy officers.
  • 2 open side pockets and one hidden inside pocket.
  • High collar
  • Colour: black
  • 65% pure virgin wool
  • 5% polyamide
  • 30% polyester
  • 100% made in Italy
  • Model size 50


Camplin is a historic brand of English clothing: it starts its activity in 1850 as a supplier of uniforms for the sailors of the Royal Navy. The founder Edgar Camplin had the idea to ​​introduce the use of peacoat as an integral part of the uniform for the non-commissioned officers of the Navy. The peacoat is a heavy jacket, which has the style and appearance of an officer's coat, but it is different for a greater ease and lightness.

Today, this dress with a glorious past, is reinterpreted and offered in several models, including for women, while keeping unchanged the characteristics that made him famous: the double-breasted, the collar reverse and the use of pure virgin wool, worked to be waterproof and to protect from the bad weather.