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$550.00
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TopsXS/2S/3M/4L/5XL/6XXL/7
UK/US Chest (Inches) 36 38 40 42 44 46
UK/US Chest (cm) 91 97 102 107 112 117
European (EU) 46 48 50 52 54 56
Italian (IT) 46 48 50 52 54 56
French (FR) 46 48 50 52 54 56
BottomsXS/2S/3M/4L/5XL/6XXL/7
UK/US Waist (Inches) 30 32 34 36 38 40
Italian (IT) 46 48 50 52 54 56
French (FR) 38 40 42 44 46 48
Waist (cm) 80 85 90 95 100 105
Inside Leg (cm) 82.5 82.5 82.5 82.5 82.5 82.5

Attributes

  • Waterproof Waterproof
  • Windproof Windproof
  • Breathable Breathable
  • Lifetime Repair Service Lifetime Repair Service
  • Light Weight Light Weight
  • Extra Storage Extra Storage
DESCRIPTION

Jackets simply don’t get any more comfortable, versatile or wearable than the Ventile® Harrington. 

  • 100% weatherproof
  • Highly breathable 
  • Fully lined
  • 8-guage centre front RIRI zip fastening
  • Military grade copper hardware from RIRI of Switzerland
  • Two external welt pockets
  • Two internal stud secure welt pockets
  • Stud adjustable hem 
  • Raglan sleeve for maximum comfort and movement
  • Made in our own factory in Manchester
Fit

Josh is 6’2” (188cm) and weighs 80kg. He has a 40” chest and a 27.5” sleeve (from shoulder to cuff). He has a 34.5” waist and his outside leg is 41” (taken from his natural waist to the trouser hem). He wears a Private White V.C. size 4 (Medium) in our outerwear, coats, jackets and tops and in all our legwear he wears a size 34”.

This garment is a regular fit and we recommend you take your usual size.

Fabric & Aftercare
  • 100% cotton (and in our opinion the best 100% cotton in the world)
  • 205 gsm (grams per square metre)
  • Fluorocarbon free
  • Ventile® was designed and developed up the road from our Manchester factory at the direct request from Winston Churchill during World War II. The final brief given to Manchester’s Shirley Institute in 1943 by the Ministry of Defence was to create a cloth that would help prolong the survival rates of RAF Pilots.
  • Ventile® was also famously used in the first ever summit of Mount Everest in 1953
  • 81 threads per cm (warp)
  • 30 threads per cm (weft)
  • Wipe down with a gentle brush or dry clean if preferred

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A Fair Price to Pay The old adage 'you get what you pay for' rarely rings true in the world of clothing. It does at Private White V.C. where we’ve been cutting our cloth and creating garments for over 100 years. We make outerwear we consider superior to anything produced in any other factory in the world. Our pricing is fair - not cheap, but certainly not overpriced. And we want you to know what you pay for, so we outline exactly where your money goes when you invest in your Private White V.C. clothing. But we can’t put a price on expertise and experience, on the learning that has been passed down through generations. That’s the gold dust we sprinkle on each garment that leaves our factory. You will recognise it when you wear your Private White V.C. coat for the very first time. You’ll walk a little taller, with pride and satisfaction. It’s a good feeling. Priceless. VIEW OUR PRICING MANIFESTO
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ONE VENTILE® RAINCOAT = 234 Minutes in sewing, sealing and finishing 23 Individual pattern pieces 10 stitches per inch 172 pattern notches 8m of sealing tape 27 pairs of hands from cutting to shop floor 0.5 bobbins of sewing thread OUR OWN FACTORY

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FACTORY IN MANCHESTER

ONE VENTILE® RAINCOAT = 234 Minutes in sewing, sealing and finishing 23 Individual pattern pieces 10 stitches per inch 172 pattern notches 8m of sealing tape 27 pairs of hands from cutting to shop floor 0.5 bobbins of sewing thread