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Merino wool lined boiled wool jacket in Turquoise

73,8787,81

73,8787,81

Warm, lightweight boiled wool jacket. The ideal choice in cold seasons due to the fabric’s intrinsic ability to manage heat and moisture.

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Warm, lightweight boiled wool jacket. The ideal choice in cold seasons due to the fabric’s intrinsic ability to manage heat and moisture.

  • 100% gsm 450 g /mp boiled wool outer layer (Woolmark Pure New Wool certified)
  • Non-mulesed gsm=250g/sqm merino wool lining (Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified)
  • Good insulating properties due to the high density of the fabrics
  • The outer layer’s lanolin coating acts as a barrier against moisture and dirt
  • True to size
  • Longer in the back
  • Zip fastening
  • Elasticated merino wool cuffs
  • Pouch pocket
  • Fixed hood. For added protection, the hood is also lined with merino wool
  • Colour: Turquoise(outer layer), Dark Grey (Lining)

Sizes

Size  AgeWidthFace lengthInner sleeve
  74/80   9-12 months 30 cm39 cm19 +3 cm (manseta)
  86/9218- 24 months 32 cm43 cm23 +3 cm (manseta)
 98/104  3 -4 years 35cm48 cm

27 +3 cm (manseta)

110/116  5-6 years 37cm52 cm31 +3 cm (manseta)
122/126  7-8 years 39cm55 cm37 +3 cm (manseta)

 

Care

Although boiled wool should be washed less often due to its dirt-repellent properties, here are some recommendations for maintaining your clothes:

  • Washing at a constant low temperature. Wool fibers, although resistant, are extremely sensitive to temperature fluctuations. Ideally, maintain a constant temperature of 30 degrees for both washing and rinsing.
  • Do not wash woolen clothes by rubbing. This can cause the material to flake off.
  • Use a special detergent for wool. Merino wool fibers are composed of lanolin, which acts as a protective barrier and gives wool the properties of regulating body temperature. Over time, regular detergent can remove this protective layer.
  • To avoid deformation of merino wool clothes, do not squeeze them after washing. Our recommendation is to let them dry on a large surface and remove excess water by tapping with a dry towel.