Long Waterloo Heritage Trench Coat Black

£1,690.00

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Our classic-fit trench is updated with modern proportions. The archive-inspired style is woven in our signature cotton gabardine with a streamlined silhouette. Layer over knitwear and tailoring and pop the collar to reveal a flash of Vintage check. By buying this cotton product from Burberry, you’re supporting more responsibly grown cotton through the Better Cotton Initiative.

    Made in

    • Made in England

    Composition

    • Outer: 100% organic cotton
    • Vintage check lining: 100% organic cotton
    • Sleeve lining: 100% viscose
    • 81% of this product is a mode of organic content
    • Buttons: bioplastic (100% casein plastic)

    Details

    • Buckles: calf leather
    • Double-breasted closure
    • Button-through welt pockets
    • Signature details: epaulettes, hook-and-eye collar closure, gun flap, belted cuffs, D-ring belt, check undercollar, storm shield
    • Specialist dry clean

    Sizing

    • Model’s height: 177cm/5ft 9.5in
    • Coat length: 104.5cm/41.1in. This is based on a size UK 6 as proportions change slightly according to size.

      BURBERRY Sustainability efforts

      Burberry strives to be a purposeful, value-driven brand that is committed to being a force for good in the world. They are creating the next generation of sustainable luxury for their customers, helping to transform the fashion industry. The brand is on track to achieve 100% renewable electricity, a carbon-neutral footprint across their operational use, and for all their products to have more than one positive environmental or social attribute. Burberry is also transitioning to have a Net-Zero future by 2040 and hope that all key materials are 100% traceable by 2050. The company has introduced using responsible materials in their products like ECONYL®, organic, recycled, certified materials, and have now started using bio-based nylon made from renewable resources for some of their products. They founded the Burberry Foundation, ‘an independent charity founded in 2008 that tackles educational inequality and supports social and economic development’.