Outerwear that is fastened in front; coats are worn over other garments to protect against the cold and inclement weather.
Hooded casual coat ending at mid-thigh and made of heavy woolen fabric; it is characterized by a yoke and frog closures.
Pocket of various shapes and sizes, made of a piece of material sewn onto the garment’s outer surface.
Wooden button in the shape of a small log.
Ornamental loops of braided fabric used to fasten a garment; one serves as the buttonhole and the toggle of the other one passes through it.
Variably shaped piece of fabric at the top of the garment, in front, in back or both; it begins at the shoulders or the waist, depending on the garment.
Headgear attached at the garment’s neck that can be pulled over the head as protection against cold, rain and snow.
Three-quarter coat that crosses over in front and has a belt and patch flap pockets; it is usually made of waterproof fabric, leather or suede with a lining and a wide collar made of sheepskin.