Posted on March 8th, 2018

According to the English Dictionary “classic” is – “an outstanding example of a particular style; something of lasting worth or with a timeless quality; of the first or highest quality, class, or rank, something that exemplifies its class”.


Classic can be an adjective used to describe something like a classic car such as a beautiful Aston Martin DB5 driven by our own true classic British spy James Bond or maybe as a noun to depict a classic piece of English literature such as the iconic bard William Shakespeare or maybe the quintessentially English Jane Austen. It denotes a particular quality in art, architecture, fashion, literature, design, technology, or other cultural artefacts. For fashion, “Classic” denotes a garment or design of a simple, elegant style not greatly subject to change. Judged over a period of time to be of the highest quality that’s outstanding and typical of its kind.



Original Montgomery Duffle Company employ traditional hand made tailoring to produce classic, simple and long-lasting style for both the Iconic Duffle Coat and Pea Coat to the very British Trench Coat and bold summer Gigi.


Throughout history, classic Montgomery fashion has played its part in world wars keeping the troops warm and dry. The duffle coat became a classic icon in the 60’s, 70’s and still graces the catwalks today The duffle coat was even adopted by the very loveable Peruvian Paddinton Bear by the very British author Michael Bond and has enjoyed recent acclaim in the latest Paddington 2 move.


So which classic is it to be? Well you’re buying direct from the original duffle coat manufacturer so you cant go too wrong. Every season catwalks around the world herald the return of the classics so you can be assured that whatever you buy today be it a cool Britannia Duffle, waterproof Spring trench coat or summer wool Gigi, chances are you will still be wearing it this year and the next.


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