The duffle coat first popularised in World War I when it was issued to the British Royal Navy as a guard against harsh weather conditions. After World War II surplus army supplies were sold cheaply to the public via a new company called Gloverall, resulting in it becoming a defining piece of clothing of the 1950s and 1960s. Gloverall have continued to this day making Duffle coats right here in England. They made in the 50's what is known as todays version of the Duffle by using leather fastenings and Buffalo horn toggles with a double faced checkback fabric. Every Duffle coat you see today in that configuration is a copy of that original made by Gloverall.
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