Outlier talks a lot about freedom, comfort and motion, but nothing illustrates these quite like the Liberated Wool Peacoat. The problem with regular vintage navy peacoats is that their fabric is so constrictive you can barely reach a subway straphanger in one, let alone get comfortable riding your bike. The Liberated Wool Peacoat keeps the classic peacoat aesthetics but uses an innovative cut and a 2.5 layer wool softshell fabric to create a cool weather jacket fit for motion, versatility and comfort.
It has incredible freedom of movement, is bafflingly lightweight, extremely weather resistant, highly breathable and warm. All without sacrificing the sharp looks you’ve come to expect from a peacoat.
The Liberated Wool fabric has a beautiful yarn-dyed wool outer face and soft fleece interior. Holding them together is a water and wind resistant polyurethane bond. The result is a warm fabric with the sharp looks of quality wool, the soft flexibility of fleece and the breathable weather resistance that only the Swiss can architect.
The Liberated Wool Peacoat is made in NYC using Swiss fabric and custom Corozo buttons. Features include a high buttoned collar, merino/nylon inner cuffs for warmth, perfectly pitched three piece sleeve and modulated back pleat for superior arm movement. Dolomite Blazed Cotton seam binding rounds out this superior piece of outerwear.
The Liberated Wool Peacoat ($650) is available now on the Outlier Webshop in Ash Gray and Charcoal Gray.