Great Coat was a worn over the Léine in winter, replacing the
Mór reached down to the knees or slightly below. It was made
of heavy wool, frize, or tweed. They were probably lined. The Cóta
Mór mimicked the Ionar by having a small stand up collar. The
sleeves were opened up at the back to allow the hanging sleeves of the
Léine to hang down. In this feature, it differed slightly from
the Ionar which had the opening fully under the arm.