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.SAILCLOTH SMOCK/TROUSERS

sailcloth fisherman smock, women pastel fisherman smock, child fisherman breton smock, men sailcloth trousers

Genuine original traditional unisex breton sailcloth cotton fisherman smock and trousers as worn by breton all over brittany. Sailcloth Breton garments are made out of a strong canvas cloth cutting wind. Smock with ne inside pocket and button for collar (plus spare button), trousers are heavy duty no pleat, straight trousers with two bias pockets and two back pockets with flaps closed by brass buttons.

 

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SAILCLOTH BRETON SMOCK

breton smock
 

CACHOU

men smock
 

CACHOU

women smock
 

MI CACHOU

men bicolor smock
 

MI CACHOU

women bicolor smock
 

LARMOR.

women sailcloth smock
 

LARMOR

men hooded smock
 

SAUZON

women sailcloth jacket
 

BADEN

men sailcloth jacket
 

TREVIS

men sailcloth jacket
 

SOIZIC

women sailcloth jacket
 

TREGOR

sailcloth trousers
 

QUIMPER

fisherman trousers
 

MATELOT

Navy or breton-red sailcloth folding cap
 

SIRROCO

men sailcloth jacket

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Phone 0033 296 833 567

SHIPPING (according weight)
EUROPEAN UNION: from 6 Euros
USA, AUSTRALIA,CANADA,JAPAN...: from 8

by post priority 1st class registered (with signature)
shipping takes:
-EUROPE QUICK 5 days
EUROPE SLOW 10/12 days
EXPORT QUICK 8 days
EXPORT SLOW 14/18 days (sometimes CUSTOMS check may delay further)

EXCHANGES are sent BACK TO YOU NO CHARGE ( you pay for returning goods to us only)
REFUNDS : within 48 hours of arrival ( in case of a full return, we refund shipping invoiced as well)

CHAL s.a.s
4 rue ville cadiou pontlivard - 22690 Pleudihen sur Rance
France
Tel +33 296 833 567
registered in ST. MALO 79180818100014
TVA FR91791808181
Banque populaire de l'ouest 35400 Saint Malo / Saint Servan - France

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All the sailors' sea life has always been strongly mixed up with life on shore and all boats parts used as well on board and at home. Sailcloth was used for the making of trousers, shirts or aprons for all the family, boat paint could be seen on shutters and windows and it is why colors were blue in some parts of Brittany and red in St Malo ( corsaires decks were red, and many windows shutters are still dark red ).
At peace time or during the strong winter gales boat carpenters were building roofs and Jacques CARTIER's house near St malo ( first to set foot on CANADA ) has a boat mast as main beam in the stair case and a roof that looks like a returned boat because sea carpenters knew only how to build boats.
The wearing of a vareuse comes from very deep in our traditions.