questionsany suggestions on a classy coat?

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What price range where you trying to keep under and what size are you?

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I'd like to stay below 50$, as long as i can find something lasting in that price range and wear a 2x. I have a nice heavy trenchcoat for when it is real cold out so not as heavy as that and a shorter length.

Thanks for the help.

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Wal-Mart has some nice jackets in that price range:
http://tinyurl.com/3su8m7p

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@thefenst I was going to suggest the one from overstock too! Great minds think alike :P

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A microsuede jacket from the Men's Warehouse:
http://www.menswearhouse.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay_10051_48659BT_10601_149824_-1__DARK%20BROWN_10051_?cm_vc=48659BT

A nice zip-front sweater:
http://www.menswearhouse.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay_10051_48659BT_10601_93304_-1__BLACK_10051_?cm_vc=48659BT

A whole page of choices from KingsizeDirect:
http://www.kingsizedirect.com/Big-and-Tall-Outerwear.aspx?sort=PRICE_ASCENDING&DeptId=11025

edit: You might have to copy/paste those first 2 links...I'm getting a weird error from WOOT when I try to click on them here, but they work fine going straight to the page.

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Navy pea coat. Always looks sharp. They usually have them at Army-Navy surplus stores, not too expensive. And they're warm as can be. Get one that's in good shape, it'll last you for years.

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I would look for a pea coat at Burlington Coat Factory.

Honestly, I've lucked out and found the coolest pea coats at thrift stores!