Anthony Sinclair

Grey Herringbone Topcoat


This grey herringbone topcoat is a recreation of the design created by Anthony Sinclair for Sean Connery that featured in the 1965 James Bond movie, 'Thunderball'. Read more.

The herringbone weave and self-collar (rather than velvet) make it a slightly less formal garment than the Navy Chesterfield Overcoat worn by Connery in Dr No., and it is available in a variety of colours.

We recommend choosing one size above your normal suit size if the overcoat is to be worn over a jacket.

This product is made-to-order. Please do not hesitate to Contact Us should you require further information.

Fabric: Grey Herringbone, 85% Wool, 15% Cashmere, Medium weight 17 1/2oz (500g), Woven in Italy

Style: Single breasted, 3 button fly front, Straight side pockets with flaps, Centre Vent, Four button cuff

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