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Elvine Naemi - Check

€ 359,00 € 249,95
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Elvine Naemi - Check

€ 359,00 € 249,95
GRATIS verzending

Naemi check

 

Jacket for extreme winter
Waterproof fabric: 8 000 mm water column
Quality: Taslan

Color: Brown Check

 

Being one of Elvine’s warmest parkas, Naemi is made fit for extreme Scandinavian winter climate. This long winter puffer is richly filled with Ecodown fibers®, a sustainable, exceptionally warm down imitation. Along with the soft faux-fur lining and waterproof membrane, Naemi is the one to go for when harsh winter hits the streets. The model is wearing a size S. Length of the winter jacket: 109 cm (size S). Ref. 330205747.

 

  • Regular fit
  • Hood with adjustable fit
  • YKK® 2-way Metalux zipper along front
  • Reflective logo tape puller attached to front zipper. Detachable and usable as a key ring 
  • Storm placket with magnetic buttons 
  • Fleece lined pockets for extra warmth and comfort
  • Double jetted zip pockets
  • Interior zip pocket
  • Hidden ribbed cuffs to keep away chilly wind
  • Waterproof fabric, 8 000 mm water column
  • Bionic Finish® Eco - Environmentally friendly water repellent impregnation 
  • Filling: Thermore® Ecodown fibers®, made of 100% polyester from recycled PET bottles 
  • Body half-lined with ultrasoft shorthaired faux fur

 

Shell: 100% polyester
Lining: 100% polyester
Filling: Thermore® Ecodown fibers®, made of 100% polyester from recycled PET bottles

Taslan is a durable and strong performance fabric. A wind- and waterproof membrane has been added to the back of the fabric. The surface has been treated with Bionic-Finish® Eco to prevent it from absorbing raindrops. Taslan was originally used for military uniforms due to it’s durability but is today used in a variety of products, from camping equipment to sportswear and is also the perfect choice for a modern city function jacket.


Feel: Dry, flexible and semi-matte
Composition: 100% Polyester
Construction: Plain weave
Impregnation: Bionic-Finish® Eco
Water column: 8 000 mm
Breathability: 5 000 mvp

 

The Parka derives from the Inuites in Greenland. The garment was perfect for the harsh arctic conditions and was often used when hunting and fishing. A more modern version is the American military model, loved for its simplicity and its practical features. Just in the late 1950s and early 1960s, this model was popular with both the British subcultures and the Swedish Mods. The Parka became a symbol for youthful rebellion.

 

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