The coat is a preferred garment for the colder months, which originally had as its main characteristics an elongated fall and the main closure based on buttons or by means of a belt. The sleeves of the coat are usually elongated, but sometimes some of these garments can have removable sleeves and become a vest. This is often the case in parka-type padded coats. On the other hand, trench coats are a very particular type of coat of British origin, and for example, they have a very peculiar closure formed by horizontal pieces of wood. In general, the coats are ideal to combat the elements, they have elongated sleeves and often include a hood. Historically there have been a wide variety of styles, from fur coats to military jackets, quilted coats, carcoats, Chesterfield coats, or Ulster coats. In terms of its manufacture, the coat is usually composed of a wide variety of materials, nylon, polyester, wool, or flannel, depending on the design concept originally devised. Miralles 1986 includes a wide variety of styles: Flannel coats, parkas, trench coats, vests, or parkas come together in this ideal catalog for the coldest months of the year. CANALI, STONE ISLAND, PAUL SMITH, Y-3, or ASPESI are some of the reference firms that make up a unique showcase for any men's wardrobe.