Baracuta’s G12 Coat, a modern icon in the making, owes its existence to the esteemed legacy of its precursor, the revered G10. In the realm of Baracuta, where style meets functionality, the G12 stands tall as a testament to continuous innovation.
For those unfamiliar with its history, the G10 has been a cherished staple in the Baracuta lineup for several decades. What sets it apart from its renowned siblings, the G4 and G9 Jackets, is its knee-length design. This longer silhouette was designed to offer protection to suits against the whims of rainy weather, a noble purpose indeed. The defining feature of the G10, which was one of the pioneering pieces in Baracuta's production archives, is the umbrella back yoke. This feature, a cape sewn onto the back of the jacket, serves the practical function of facilitating the flow of rainwater off the coat, making it ideal for wet weather.