5 Best Affordable Men’s Peacoats

It was really cold this morning even though it doesn’t snow where I live. I felt like not getting up. And the bed kept calling me back. Stepped outside after the shower made me realize that I need a new peacoat. I love them. And this winter season as I checked some awesome men’s peacoats are out.

The best thing about a peacoat is that you can be in your 20s and all the way up to your 70s it doesn’t matter. It will never will look bad on you.

One thing I’ve noticed is that peacoats are often referred to as overcoats. There’s a difference between the two. I had a short conversation with one of the clerks at the shopping mall two winters back when I was getting my first peacoat.

When I asked as to where they kept their peacoats, he brought me an overcoat. Nothing wrong with an overcoat. I love them as well, but I wanted a peacoat.

The difference between a peacoat and an overcoat is simple. Peacoats are more casual. It can be worn anywhere, be it campus, bar, class, shopping, travelling, you name it.

Peacoats are mostly double-breasted. So, when you see an overcoat that’s also double-breasted, make sure you see its length as they tend to be a little above the knees. If you want to take my advice, go for a single-breasted overcoat if that’s what you’ll be after.

Back to peacoats…

There’re really good ones and I mean from the best brands. We’re not going after the extremely cheaps ones, because what would be the point of getting one that will not last long, right?

Here’s the list of 5 best affordable men’s peacoats:

Nautica Double-Breasted Wool Peacoat

  • Shell: 52% Wool/30%Polyester/7% Rayon/6% Nylon/5% Other Fibers; Lining: 100% Polyester
  • Imported
  • 100% Polyester; Fill: 100% Polyester lining
  • Dry Clean Only
  • Double-breasted peacoat with vertical side pockets and notched lapels
  • Fouled anchor buttons
  • Poly fill

Levi’s Double-Breasted Wool-Blend Peacoat

  • 60% Wool/25% Polyester/15% Other Fiber
  • Imported
  • Dry Clean Only
  • Double-breasted peacoat featuring notched lapel and side-entry welt pockets

Want from the high-end brands? Then, I recommend the following three. Luxury, elegant and affordable.

Hugo Boss Dunes Virgin Wool-Blend Felt Peacoat

  • Navy virgin wool-blend felt
  • Notch lapels, two front welt pockets, single vent, two internal pockets, fully lined
  • Double-breasted button fastenings
  • 78% virgin wool, 22% polyamide; buttons: 100% horn (buffalo); lining: 100% viscose
  • Dry clean
  • This item has been imported

Schott Melton Wool-Blend Peacoat

  • Navy Melton wool-blend
  • Notch lapels, two front welt pockets, single vent, two internal pockets, fully lined
  • Double-breasted button fastenings
  • 80% wool, 20% nylon; lining: 100% nylon; padding: 100% polyester
  • Dry clean
  • This item has been imported

Mr P. Double-Breasted Checked Wool-Blend Peacoat

  • Navy and forest-green wool-blend
  • Notch lapels, two front welt pockets, single vent, two internal pockets, fully lined
  • Double-breasted button fastenings
  • 70% wool, 25% polyamide, 5% other fibres; buttons: 100% horn (buffalo); lining: 100% viscose
  • Dry clean
  • This item has been imported

Many thanks to the sea-faring mariners. If it wasn’t for them, according to the some of the stories, we probably wouldn’t know of these warm, stylish, peacoats.

Any questions or comments, guys, leave them in the comments section below and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible. As always, thanks and enjoy the weekend.

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8 Comments

  1. I enjoyed your article on peacoats. It was nice to give us a variety of choice. I really liked the comment on a person of any age bracket can wear them and still look stylish. It’s good to see a website that delivers the latest styles and fashion without having to go to a mall and be confused about what to select. Will the clothing be all high end products or will there be great clothes that are at an affordable price?

    1. Thanks for your comment, Dallas. I write about luxury brands to also more affordable brands. The peacoats, for example, two of the top ones in the list are lower in price, but from reputable brand. Nautica and Levi’s. 🙂

  2. Peacoasts is one of my favorite winter accessory. I have 3 different colored ones and I wear them whenever I get the chance.

    You 3 suggestions are awesome. I never saw them before. I don’t think I need a new pecoat but I think I might add one more – Mr. P Double Breasted Coat.

    I love it so much.

    Thank you for sharing.

  3. Great information. I prefer the Nautica. These peacoats seem like something my oldest son would wear. Do you know where the name peacoat comes from? Thanks for sharing. 🙂

    1. Thank you, Cathy for the comment. Tell your son to order the Nautica one. 🙂 As for where the name peacoat comes from, the name originated from the Dutch word “pije” (they pronounce their j’s funny), which was used in the Dutch language to describe a coat made from coarse wool fabric.

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