Hunter's Garb Coat [Womens]
Women's cut [see the men's cut]
One day, the hunters disappeared, and Yharnamites began to whisper of the hunters' sin.
Drunk with blood, chasing after beasts, they would pass on to the Nightmare, every last one of them.
Part of the Hunter’s Garb Set. Coordinates with the Hunter’s Garb Vest.
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- Water resistant
- Removable hood and shoulder mantle
- Dramatic collar can be worn buttoned up, standing up, or folded down
- Asymmetrical double-breasted front can be worn in multiple configurations
- Two flap closure external pockets
- Two internal pockets
- Screenprinted Hunter's Mark on inside lining
- Handmade in the USA
- Spot clean only with cold water
- Gravestone - Waxed dark oak with grey accents and tan thread
This coat is fantastic! I've only worn it twice so far (still too cold where I am) but it's perfect for those early-mid spring days. The waxed exterior is completely waterproof, the pockets deep enough to hold anything I need, and I've gotten a bunch of compliments at work and outside already! A splurge, but definitely a wardrobe staple once the weather gets a little warmer.
Living in Texas finding a good coat can be tough. I'm a wimp so I do love a thick coat for the few cold months we have, but often times they're also rainy days. I've always struggled to find a coat warm enough that can handle the rain and usually compromise with an umbrella. This waxed coat can handle it all though and looks good while doing it! Incredibly flattering, comfy, and just awesome looking! Only complaint I have thus far is minor, the hood is just a bit big for my head. It sits a little too far forward and makes it hard to see. I've either just gone without the hood or folded the edges back a bit to see better.
You know the story, you're at a Con and you see this cute shop. You decide to try on the jackets "just to see". Then you spend all night thinking about "the jacket" and drag your brother back there the next day (and convince *him* to buy a jacket) but refrain from buying your own. You keep texting your husband that you "probably shouldn't" buy the jacket (translation: please tell me to stop texting and buy the jacket already!). Finally, an hour before the Con is over, you rush back and desperately hope they still have the one jacket in your size (they do!). Then you buy it, never regret it, and now only laugh at how silly you were for doubting that the two of you belonged together. It looks amazingly awesome, is very comfortable, and is good in bad weather!