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Fashion September, 8 2010

visvim Commodore Coat Fall/Winter 2010

visvim has released a duffle coat, entitled Commodore Coat, from their Fall/Winter 2010 Collection.

“Super soft wool outer, Gore Wind-Stopper insulation and a decently sized hood make the jacket perfect for the (much) colder days. The toggles can be unfastened wearing gloves, but a hidden zip and a button at the top secure it even more.”

Obviously the Japanese brand presents an excellent coat and only uses the best materials, while also thinking about functionality and use. visvim has always been expensive, but lately we are getting the impression that they definitely going too far. The above coat is priced at 2000 Euros (which is more than 2500 USD) and one starts wondering whether the lining is actually made of real gold. The jacket is now available from The Glade.

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