The Ivrea Surcoat is designed to be worn over an undergarment and features a deep and narrow neckline. The surcoat was known as the Devil’s Window, because its wide armholes revealed the wearer’s figure.
The name surcot likely comes from the fact that it was normally worn over a cotte, a slip dress worn by women and men alike in the form of a wide undertunic.
Available sizes: S, M, L, Xl
Material: Flannel (64% polyester, 26% wool, 5% nylon, 4% misc. natural fibres)