It was always a Jack Hawkins North Atlantic Convoy knock-off Duffle Coat with the wooden peg buttons and matching bank robber syle balaclava, plus the 'don't tell him Pike scarf, in the sixties when I was a lad. All that was missing was the the cup of cocoa. What let the ensemble down in terms of warmth though was the frozen knee caps due to having to wear shorts until we started at secondary school.Just out of interest, does anyone recall in the 1970's you couldn't really find really warm coats in regular shops? When I was at school, everyone was wearing knockoffs of the USAF green/orange parka with the revolting fur trim on the hood. The first really warm jacket I got was an IDF "Dubon" that I bought there on a visit.