Alongside expert fabric choices that sometimes tread into the seldom-seen side of things, Eastlogue is known for garments that offer a dizzying array of details. Whether those details end up being functional or utilitarian is up to the end user, but for those that appreciate the look of purpose-driven gear, Eastlogue has been a fascinating find. Their latest, the Deck Parka, borrows heavily from naval parkas and adds a couple Eastlogue tweaks along the way.
The paneled and brimmed storm-hooded, water-resistant jacket features articulated raglan sleeves with underarm gussets and eyelet ventilation, military-grade leather-backed hardware, a heavy-duty two-way Riri zipper, heavyweight drawcord with leather keepers, and adjusters at the curved hem and hood. A gob of pockets are offered, both internally and externally, with the two large patch and gusseted D-patch buttoned storm pockets being the ones you’ll use when you’re caught in the rain. Speaking of the rain, the zip and hook front placket has been made rain-ready with an interior storm placket ensuring your shirt stays dry.