Helsing Coat

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Size Chart
Length Neck Width Chest Width Waist Width Sleeve Width Sleeve Length
X-Small 127cm 18cm 45cm 41cm 19cm 59cm
Small 131cm 19cm 50cm 46cm 21cm 59cm
Medium 136cm 19cm 55cm 51cm 21cm 61cm
Large 140cm 21cm 60cm 56cm 23cm 63cm
X-Large 148cm 21cm 65cm 61cm 26cm 64cm
XX-Large 148cm 21cm 75cm 69cm 28cm 65cm

£ 109.99 tax incl.

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Compositions Heavy Canvas

More info

You let out a chuckle as you load your crossbow with another silver bolt. The ghoul howls from the first bolt embedded in its leg, and it tries to scamper away. As though it has a chance of escaping.

You take aim, pushing up the brim of your hat to get a clear line of sight. With a confident pull of the trigger another of your silver bolts fires and lodges into the creature’s heart. Perfect.


The Helsing Coat is a sleek and long-sleeved duster with an impressive mantle designed for magic hunters. Reaching from the neck to the mid-calf, this coat is designed to protect you from the elements while adding a serious, professional appearance. The coat is made from brown canvas and embellished with a contrasting lining. The slit up the back provides better movement, including comfort on horseback.

Wear this coat open or closed with the six double-breasted rows of buttons on the front. The mantle is removable, and attaches to the third row of buttons. Coats are great garments for witch hunters or savvy adventurers, and the Helsing Coat is a detailed outer layer that fits a wide range of characters.

Available in sizes Small, Medium, and Large; and colours Epic Black and Dark Brown. The coat is also available in a leather version


  • Inspired by Van Helsing and Hellsing, stories about vampire and the supernatural hunters
  • Original dusters were used by horsemen to protect their clothing from dust


Machine wash at 30°C / 104°F. This product will leak dye. Please make sure to wash once before use in order to make sure that remaining dye will be removed from the product. We advise washing alone, using colour-catching sheets or only washing with similar coloured clothes to reduce the risk of dye imprint.