Our stylish, easy-packing Travel Trench was designed by women for women. Magellan's design. As beautiful as it is protective, our packable trench has all the travel-savvy features you want -in a beautifully feminine silhouette that's exceptionally flattering. It features a drawstring hood, adjustable snap cuffs that let you customize the sleeve length, two zippered pockets, and a self belt. Made of slightly iridescent, water-repellent nylon with poly lining, it falls just below the knee, and folds into its own pouch for easy packing.
You can have your order wrapped in a reusable dark gray gift bag, tied with a ribbon. $6.00 each gift bag. Select the "Gift Bag" option during checkout.
- More Info
S M L XL XXL Size 6 - 8 10 - 12 14 - 16 18 - 20 22 Bust 36 - 37 38 - 39-1/2 41 - 42-1/2 44 - 45-1/2 47 Waist 39-1/2 Length 39 39-1/2 40 40-1/2
Care InstructionsMachine wash cold
Do not bleach
Tumble dry low
Do not dry clean
Our water resistant Packable Trench (Petite) stows in its own stuff sack for easy packing. Made of a water resistant nylon fabric that repels moisture and dirt, it has adjustable cuffs, zippered hand-warmer pockets, attached hood with adjustable drawcord, and a self-fabric belt.
- Packable Trench stows in its own stuff sack
- Water resistant fabric repels moisture and dirt
- Washer finish imparts a slight iridescence to the fabric
- Hidden stash pocket in the half-lining
- Full snap closure
- Lining bound seams
- 2 single-welt hand-warmer pockets with zippers
- Snap at cuffs for adjustability
- Attached hood with adjustable drawcord
- Single center-back belt loop
- Self-fabric belt
- Made of lightweight nylon
Product Typewomen's hooded belted easy pack travel trench coat
- Customer Reviews
Average Customer Rating:Showing 1 of 1 reviews.
By Barbara B., Tucson, AZ in June, 2012
It looks like this raincoat will be perfect for my upcoming trip to the UK in July. The petite size is perfect for my 5'3" frame and the sizing is good for overwear. I can't exactly test the water repellant character in the Arizona desert, but it seems fine. I only wish there were instructions for how to stuff the coat into the pouch without making a mess. I figured out that the stuff sack was part of the inner (cape) lining, but not how to neatly wrap and insert it.
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