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For when you’re hanging in the Travelodge Business Centre

Yeaaaah pockets on back of coat. I don’t know what you’re for. You’d be tough to access during wear. And ne’er-do-wells could have away with your iPhone as you bend to squeeze a avocado. But, only a medical simpleton would point that out. Pockets on the back of coats just look good. So buy a coat with pockets on the back. Jus like dis…


Post Overalls are up there with Engineered Garments, standing amongst the top players in the frenzied, streetwear detail game. This wool Cruzer jacket, pretty much illustrates why. It’s packing a full button front, four front patch pockets with button flaps, that double entry poachers pocket on the back and single button cuffs. An arresting treasury of detailism.

It’s unlined, but it’s wool, so ideal for tossing over a shirt and sweater, or, as I’m prone to do, wear it over another, lighter weight, jacket.


I think the Black Watch pattern has still got game. Sure, there was a glut of high-street, checked jackets last winter, but this is Post Overalls bro. This is 100% wool. This is designed by Takeshi Ohfuchi. The Post Overalls man doesn’t even exist in the same quadraverce as Mr H&M Checked Pea-Coat. Forget what you see in the window at TopMan. That’s not for you dogg.


Remember, you can’t help sharing this world with Zara Man. But you can make sure your coat game is the tightness when you’re sharing office space in the Travelodge Business Centre. You really don’t want to be worrying that you look like a drone, as you thumb coins into the internet machine.

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