Anchor Uniform’s Ladies’ 46” Darien Trench Coat will keep you feeling comfortable and looking professional while travelling in wet weather.
The Ladies’ 46” Darien Trench Coat is made of a 60% cotton, 40% polyester shell that’s treated with DuPont Teflon fabric protector for water and stain repellency. The 100% nylon lining and 3M Thinsulate quilted zipout liner provide warmth without added bulk.
The trench coat features split raglan shoulders, a loose umbrella back yoke, and a back vent for added comfort, mobility, and breathability. Permanent epaulets promote a stylish, professional appearance, while the cut-thru pockets and gun patch securely store and provide ready access to your everyday gear and preferred sidearm.
An approved dress coat for the FDNY, Anchor Uniform’s Ladies’ 46” Darien Trench Coat provides warmth, comfort, and a professional appearance when you’re travelling in wet weather.
- 60% cotton, 40% polyester shell treated with DuPont Teflon fabric protector for water and stain repellency
- Permanent 100% nylon lining
- 3M Thinsulate quilted zipout liner
- Body weighs 100 grams (including sleeve warmer)
- Split raglan shoulders
- Loose umbrella back yoke and back vent
- Permanent epaulets
- Cut-thru pockets
- Gun patch
- Note: The Darien is an approved dress coat for the FDNY.
DuPont Teflon Fabric Protector
The DuPont Teflon Fabric Protector makes every day easy. This protector provides the newest and most innovative generation of stain protection, which helps keep fabrics looking newer for longer. Liquid spills bead up and roll off the fabric, while ground-in stains are released during cleaning. Teflon™ is a registered trademark of DuPont under license by Anchor Uniform.
For more than 20 years, Thinsulate Insulation has been the insulation of choice for consumers purchasing outerwear apparel. The original “warmth without bulk” insulation is still the warmest thin insulation on the market.
Breathable, moisture-resistant, and machine washable or dry-cleanable, Thinsulate Insulation provides nearly one-and-a-half times the warmth of down or other high-loft insulation materials, and retains warmth even when damp.