As someone who admires great sartorial style, I can never resist a well-made, iconic garment—and that’s just what we have here: the classic shearling sheepskin ranch coat. It’s identical to the one featured in the now (in)famous Marlboro Man magazine adverts; or, for my generation, as worn by Maurice Minnifield in that wonderful, quirky 1990s tv show, Northern Exposure. The look is certainly all-American, and it’s certainly all you will ever need to face the elements in those harsh but beautiful winters down home on the range! Not to be crude, but you could be buck-naked under this thing and still be warm!
Made in the good ol’ U.S. of A. by Silton of California, this item is in immaculate condition: the suede a rich, tawny gold—bright and warm like an autumn sunset; the sheep’s wool-fleece a soft, buttery ivory. This is the kind of rugged yet handsome coat that’ll have you wishing for winter just so that you can wrap yourself up in its toasty warmth!