Armed With History: Timothy Everest’s Raglan Mac

Like so many sartorial innovations, we owe the practicalities of the Raglan sleeve to our military history. It was at the Battle Of Waterloo in 1815 where Lord FitzRoy Somerset, 1st Baron Raglan suffered such damage to his right arm that medics were forced to amputate.

Spring Showers: The new Raglan raincoat from Timothy Everest

"Sweet April Showers do spring forth May Flowers"  - Thomas Tusser, 1557 Here at Timothy Everest, we have just taken delivery of a brand new essential piece of British kit in the shape of our Raglan raincoat. 

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