American-based Noah is prepping you for the current fall and upcoming winter seasons with two new outerwear items in its Reversible Military Coat along with the Shearling Jacket. Adding more choices to its current outerwear collection via a photo editorial by Nathan Perkel, the Reversible Military Coat is made up of high density cotton imported from Japan — regarded as one of the strongest fabrics in the world. Mixed with tight weaving through its detailed development process also allows the fabric to be tear and waterproof, actually used during the Fukushima cleanup to temporary dams to stop nuclear tainted water. Noah’s Schott Shearling Toggle Coat is made up of raw materials that consist of UK domestic sheepskin which is complemented with a leatherized finish on its inside. Additionally, the coat’s leather trim is comprised of naked cowhide with a wax finish. Its horns host a polyester material while its leather holdings are made up of vegetable-tanned cowhide. The Reversible Military Coat retails for approximately $990 USD while the Schott Shearling Toggle Coat is priced at approximately $1,400 USD and are both available via Noah’s website.
For more outerwear and clothing looks, check out the Jake Davis-photographed 2015 fall/winter editorial.