Layered cotton cupro trench wet sand

1200 USD
TOTEME trench coat with exaggerated lapels connected to a back storm flap with a detachable belt – channeling a utilitarian look. It's made from lightweight, tropical gabardine with organic cotton and cupro yarns, and finished with a single horn button and slip pockets. Fasten the belt at the front waist to give structure to the layered silhouette.
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  • Wet sand
  • Single horn button at neck
  • Side-hip slip pockets
  • Detachable belt
  • 67% Organic cotton, 33% cupro
  • Dry clean
  • Style number 232-1041-239
  • The model is 179cm/5'9" tall and wears a size 34
  • Designed for an oversized fit, go down size if you prefer a neater look

Shipping to the US

  • FedEx Ground: 1-5 business days, free
  • FedEx 2nd Day: 2 business days, 25 USD
    (for orders placed before 1pm EST)
  • FedEx Priority Overnight: 1 business day, 30 USD
    (for orders placed before 1pm EST)

Shipping to Canada

  • FedEx International Ground, 25 USD
  • FedEx international Economy, 30 USD

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    This piece contains organic cotton produced without synthetic chemicals or genetically modified organisms.

    • Country of origin: Romania
    • Manufacturer: Artifex S.r.l
    • Main material origin: Italy

    Learn more about TOTEME’s sustainability ambitions and what steps have been taken so far here.