Por Homme Trench by Stock Manufacturing

Por Homme Trench by Stock Manufacturing

In collaboration with Chicago-based Stock Manufacturing, we introduce to you this trench coat. It’s our first jump into design and we’re really excited to get it out on the market and see how it’s received. Stock gave us the option to pick any garment we wanted and I decided to go with a high quality, any-season trench as it’s one of the most essential garments a man can own.

It comes in a trimmed down fit which flows nicely with the overall minimalistic design. The mid-thigh length was key here as was going with a weather-resistant fabric. I wanted to deliver something that was versatile and I’m really confident in the finished product. Blend the details with the old-world tailoring techniques and the finest Japanese fabric and you’ve got a must-have for any man’s closet.

This piece will be sold exclusively through Stock Manufacturing, for two weeks only. After the next 14 days, the team in Chicago will produce what was ordered, and that’s it. This exact piece will never be available again. So, click through, check it out, and if you dig it – buy. Any questions / concerns / comments, please reach out to me directly if needed — atif@porhomme.com.

Burberry Prorsum Suede Trench Coat

Burberry Prorsum Suede Trench Coat for Fall 2011

Burberry takes its iconic trench coat and delivers it in a Taupe suede finish, though effortlessly keeping the brand’s longstanding heritage intact. It features all the proper details of a traditional Burberry trench — the two buttoned front pockets, epaulettes, belted cuffs, rain guard — and brings a heavier shell that will prove to be resourceful in the colder weeks and months ahead. The double-breasted closure provides added insulation while the hint of red on the belt closure on the front gives that added attention to detail.

Burberry Classic Trench Coat for Fall 2011

Burberry Classic Trench Coat for Fall 2011

Burberry London offers up their iconic trench coat in a wool-blend shell for the fall. The berry red finish makes it an essential piece for cooler months ahead as it will add some much-needed color to a normally mute season. The trench features epaulettes, cuff straps, double-breasted front, two front pockets and buttoned back pleat.

Kill City Fatigue Subway Inn Cropped Trench

Kill City Fatigue Subway Inn Cropped Trench

This cropped trench coat from Kill City is really well designed and features some authentic military detailing such as double breasted closure, epaulets and a fold down collar with buckle closure at the neck. The olive shell stands out as well and at this price point, a great deal is to be had.

The Want | rag & bone Wellington Trench Coat

The Want | rag & bone Wellington Trench CoatThe Want | rag & bone Wellington Trench Coat

rag & bone‘s fall collection is pretty serious, folks and their Wellington Trench reaffirms this for us. The double breasted wool trench comes in a heather green finish and packs an over-sized collar which is great protection for the current weather. Alongside the quality and craftsmanship, rag & bone’s fit is always impeccable. This is a must-have for the winter and don’t be surprised if you see this piece land in our annual holiday gift guide (coming soon).

Burberry April Showers Trenchcoats and Jackets [S/S 2010]

Burberry April Showers Trenchcoats and Jackets [S/S 2010]

We’re quite familiar with Burberry‘s lineup of trench coats but their “April Showers” collection for Spring 2010 features more than those beauties in new colorways. Selectism‘s attention was turned to the stow away jackets which are ideal for sudden changes in weather. “Their simple front finish and packability make them appealing for those days when weather changes like girlfriends.” Their words, not ours.

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Mackintosh Duncan Fawn Overcoat

Mackintosh Duncan Fawn Overcoat

There is much to love about a Mackintosh coat and while the company’s longstanding reputation is never in question, it never hurts to state why their coats are so special. For one, they’re handmade in Scotland with 100% bonded cotton cloth. All of the seams are hand taped and the fabric is completely waterproof. Don’t expect any April showers to get through this layer of protection. This Duncan is a 3/4 length and comes in a navy blue finish as well.

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L.L.Bean Signature Classic Trench

L.L.Bean Signature Classic Trench

Last night, I had the opportunity to attend the showcasing of Levi’s Fall 2010 collection (more on that later). The models’ feet were covered in L.L.Bean Signature, which we happen to be huge fans of here at PH. We’ve covered the waxed canvas bean boot in the past and the collection as well, because it’s an overall solid offering. From the footwear to the outerwear, it delivers pieces that are well-cut and timeless. This trench happens to be one of those fine pieces. It’s water-repellent 100% cotton and slightly fitted with two angled side pockets and tattersall pattern 1/2 lining. Other fine details include a storm flap at collar with button closure and back vent.

More info and images after the jump.