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The Trench Coat


Jacket pictured is Black Lambskin with gold lining and black/gunmetal hardware. Jacket features 3 buttons to close outer layer and a main zipper to close interior layer, 2 slip waist pockets, 1 slip chest pocket, and 1 zippered waist pocket. Length is determined by measurements after you order.

FULL GRAIN LEATHER | All jackets are made with the best quality Grade A Full Grain 100% leather.

TWO INTERIOR POCKETS | All jackets come with two sizeable interior pockets, one zipped, one slip.

ALL METAL HARDWARE | We only use highly durable YKK brand hardware (zippers, studs and snaps) made with stainless steel.

LINING CHOICES | Our base lining choices are 100% polyester for durability, ease of wear and the number of colors available. We also offer high-end cupro/rayon in black which is incredibly soft, and breathes nicely.

STITCHING QUALITY | We only use Bonded Nylon 6-6 #92 in our jackets. It won't degrade or fray over time like most cotton threads used today.

Quality Craftsmanship Takes Time

All of our leather jackets are bespoke/made-to-measure. This means that the moment you order your jacket, we begin work on acquiring the leather, the hardware, the lining, etc. 

Next we will send you an e-mail with our easy to follow measurement guide and will walk you through the process along the way. We've made hundreds of jackets - we'll doublecheck and work with you to get it right.

The last step of the process is to be patient! It will take roughly 5-6 weeks to produce your jacket + shipping travel time. US free shipping is 2-3 days, international free shipping can take up to 1-2 weeks depending on customs.

Free Shipping, Anywhere, Anytime

That's right: All of our leather jackets come with 100% free shipping worldwide, anywhere, anytime. USPS priority mail takes 2-3 days domestically, and 1-2 weeks internationally (depending on location and customs).

Your Jacket, Guaranteed Forever

We have been ripped off by cheap fashion for too long. So we’ve built something that lasts a lifetime, and we stand by that statement with our lifetime warranty.

We offer a lifetime warranty on our products that covers materials and manufacturing defects.

Incase of goods with manufacturing defects we will either fix the item for you, replace it or pay for the costs for getting it fixed. If a repair is not possible we will give you store credit against it. We will not charge any labor or cost of parts. Please note that the shipping to our repair shop will be paid by the customer.

For more information please reference our full details here: Lifetime Warranty Info

Need Help?

We understand ordering can be confusing - our business is very unique! Feel free to contact us by e-mail at Orders@IndependenceBrothers.com or by our Contact Form or click on the black box at the bottom right corner of your screen that says 'Online' and you can message me right on my phone!

Independence Brothers
2550 Edgemont St.
Philadelphia, PA 19125
USA

 
 
 

 

Customize Your Trench Coat

 
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Step 1 | Choose Your Leather Color


Step 2 | Choose Your Hardware Color

All of our jackets are made with highly durable, industry tested YKK brand hardware from Japan.


Step 3 | Choose Your Lining Color

Choose from a variety of colored, patterned and quilted linings to best compliment your unique sense of style. Note: Blended Cupro only comes in black.


Step 4 | Select Your Leather and Lining Types

LAMBSKIN | Incredibly soft and buttery smooth. Typical choice for modern fashion jackets. Drapes well on the body and takes very no time to break-in.
CALFSKIN | Tough, sleek, and has a slightly more visible grain. Provides a heftier feel while still being fashionable and fitted. +$30

100% POLYESTER | 100% Polyester is the standard lining you'll find today in leather jackets. Famous brands like Schott, AllSaints and FalconGarments all use polyester. It's tough, sleek, and comes in a variety of colors.
BLENDED CUPRO/RAYON | Also known as Bemberg. It's used mostly in high end suits for it's breathability, softness, and luxorious feel. Due to it's high cost we currently only offer it in black. +$25

 
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Note: We will be sending you a measurement guide after purchase and will walk you through the process, helping you along the way.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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The Ordering Process


This product is custom, made on an order by order basis. If you want any additional features or different colored leathers, let us know and we can work with you. It takes roughly 2 weeks for the product to be made, then an additional 1-2 weeks for shipment, so please be patient with us. Quality handmade products take time and care.

NOTE: Due to a large number of orders, please expect a total of 4-6 weeks for turn around time. Thank you for being patient.

Once you have bought the jacket, Scott or Robbie will work with you personally to get your size measurements so you can get a jacket that fits you perfectly. We will send you a detailed guide with photos on how to take your own measurements. If at any point you get confused just shoot us an e-mail and we'll be glad to sort it out for you.


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The BOMBER


The invention of the trench coat is claimed by two British luxury clothing manufacturers, Burberry and Aquascutum, with Aquascutum's claim dating back to the 1850s. Thomas Burberry invented the gabardine fabric in 1879 and submitted a design for an Army officer's raincoat to the United Kingdom War Office in 1901. The trench coat was developed as an alternative to the heavy greatcoats worn by British and French soldiers in World War I.

The trench coat has come a long way from the battlefields of the 19th century. As far as coats go, the Trench Coat is about as iconic as they come, appreciated for their classic form and functionality by men of all tastes. The leather trench coat rose to popularity in the late 1970s but truly came into a new era with the release of The Matrix in 1999. Since then the leather trench coat has taken on new life to embody modern and even futuristic connotations while still retaining it's rugged military heritage.

 
 
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