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Peacoats from Brittany and the world !

The peacoat has been worn by adventurers and travellers around the world for centuries. A history to which Dalmard Marine is particularly attached.

True to the history of the peacoat

Dalmard Marine has always wanted to remain faithful to the history of the peacoat. The Breton company, which specialises in the French woollen cloth peacoat, has been naming its different models of women's, men's and children's peacoats after major international ports for decades.

Cabans Détroit, Toulon, Oslo...

Dalmard Marine pays a lot of attention to the names of its peacoats.

Here are a few examples. Let's start with its slim-fit peacoat for women: the 'Detroit' model. The fifth largest city in the United States and a major port city, Detroit is located on the Detroit River in the American Midwest. The city was founded in 1701 by a Frenchman, Antoine de Lamothe-Cadillac. Its name comes from the French word "détroit", in reference to the river linking Lake St Clair and Lake Erie.

Let's continue with one of the brand's flagship products for men: the 'Toulon' peacoat. Inspired by the French Navy, this model refers to the vast French commercial port located in the Var region. Europe's leading military port, it now plays a strategic role on the Mediterranean.

Finally, let's talk about the authentic 'Oslo' peacoat for men. The capital of Norway, Oslo is located on the country's southern coast, at the head of the Oslofjord. Norway has been home to great explorers since Viking times. In the year 1000, Leiv Eriksson entered the history books by discovering America. Since then, Norwegians' innate wanderlust has taken them to the four corners of the globe.