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Unpicking The Ventile® Frobisher

Engineered and equipped to endure the harshest of winter conditions, the parka is named after the 16th century explorer, Yorkshireman Sir Martin Frobisher, who combatted fierce weather conditions in his attempts to discover new trade routes through the Northwest Passage.

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  • Unpicking The Ventile® Frobisher

    Engineered and equipped to endure the harshest of winter conditions, the parka is named after the 16th century explorer, Yorkshireman Sir Martin Frobisher, who combatted fierce weather conditions in his attempts to discover new trade routes through the Northwest Passage.
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    Remembrance Day on 11 November has a particular significance at Private White V.C., given that the brand is named in honour of my great grandfather Jack White, who was a decorated veteran of the First World War
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    Reviewed by Simon Crompton of Permanent Style London, the leading authority of classic and luxury menswear.
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