American Trench Is Discounting Everything, Including the MFing Trench
In 2008, American Trench brought their first product to market. We’ll give you exactly one guess what that product was.
Founded with a mission to produce high-quality goods that “involved as many of our fellow Americans as possible,” the company has flourished in the 11 years since, expanding their offerings to cover everything from colorful corduroy pants (made in Brooklyn) to military-spec socks woven with anti-microbial silver filament (North Carolina).
But they honor their namesake to this day, an undeniably timeless thigh-length trench coat made from Ventile, a unique and unparalleled fabric invented in the U.K. in 1943 that weaves long-staple Supima cotton so tightly that it creates a natural rain barrier. Today, that fabric is made exclusively at a factory in Switzerland using American cotton, which AT imports to the same New Jersey production facility they’ve been working with since the jacket debuted. If you favor the kind of rain jackets Gregory Peck and Frank Sinatra once wore to the newfangled synthetic jobs that are au courant in 2019, don’t look elsewhere. This one’s the best, and right now, it is somewhat shockingly on sale for under $600, which is 30% of the retail price of $849 and the lowest price we’ve ever seen.
Oh and while you’re there: the entire site has a pretty massive sale going on at the moment. Through March 31st, you can take an additional 30% off all discounted items with the code EXTRA30. I once called their socks “the only socks worth writing about,” so maybe start there.
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