Navy Deck Coat
A very handsome blue-eyed movie star wore this in the 60s; it’s never been worn better.
Also, there’s the time you dug out your uncle’s Naval uniform from the cedar chest and found it more painstakingly packed away than his service dress blues. Interesting, you thought.
The code of the N1DC was all about toughness, movement, and warmth. The unintended effect was an undeniable cool that made it an easy choice for movie stars and ruffians hell-bent on bending some rules.
Navy Deck Coat (No. 6050). We’ve lovingly reproduced it in a rugged cotton canvas.
Same storm cuffs for warmth and to prevent the rib knit from catching on things like deck railings and motorcycle handles. Eyelets under the arms for ventilation. Fleece-lined. Rounded collar with soft, plush faux fur.
Tab at front neckline with button closure. Hidden zipper at front with six corozo buttons for dual fastening. Self-fabric sweat patch inside armhole. Angled-welt pockets at waist. Zig zag topstitching detail under collar. USN screen print at left chest. Imported.