The Wiltshire – Heritage Trench Coat
The Wiltshire is a modern-fit trench coat featuring raglan sleeves. The coat is made in England from cotton gabardine, invented by Thomas Burberry in 1879. The tightly woven cloth is protective against wind and rain, while being lightweight and breathable. Design details reference the coat’s military heritage: epaulettes are positioned on the shoulders, a gun flap fastens at the chest and a storm shield covers the upper back. A hook-and-eye collar provide further protection from the weather. Placed to ensure complete symmetry, the lining and undercollar are crafted from cotton twill in House check, a design used by Burberry since the 1920s.
Baby Down Puffer Jacket
Cozy natural down jacket has a soft-yet-rugged water resistant shell to keep little ones snug, and it’s crafted with hand-me-down quality.
•Warmest: just right for the coldest weather…to keep kids warm whether they’re playing or not, add layers, hats and mittens
•Quilted water resistant 100% nylon shell
•80% down, 20% feathers
•Sturdy zip front with reflective pull
•Front welt pockets
•Tumble dry on low heat with up to 3 tennis balls to prevent clumping and restore fluff. Do not air dry, as down may clump
Barkby Suede Desert Boots
If he doesn’t love laces (or even if he does!) then these ridiculously cool desert boots will be a welcome addition to his autumn and winter footwear collection. Super comfy, hardwearing and versatile they’ll make sure he steps out in style wherever the season takes him.