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Stutterheim

Stockholm Raincoat

170,00

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  • M
  • L
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Description

Stockholm Lightweight Raincoat by Stutterheim utilises a unisex pattern and comes in featherlight PU material. The fabric provides all the waterproof and windproof properties Stutterheim is famous for, and features double-welded seams, metal buttons and cotton drawstrings.Stockholm lightweight raincoat is designed for warmer climates, summer rain storms, and shoulder season layering. 

Designed in Stockholm, made by hand in Europe. 

Sizing

The female model is around 174cm and wears a size S. The male model is around 183cm and wears a size M. 

Materials

PU membrane, metal buttons and cotton drawstrings. 

Care

Stutterheim recommends that customers strictly follow care instructions to ensure product quality. If the garment is dirty or has stains first try cleaning with a wet cloth and soap. If stains do not come out, the garment may be machine washed at a maximum 30 degrees Celsius on the setting for delicate items. Use only liquid laundry soap, do not use softener or bleach, do not tumble dry, dry hanging. 

The brand

Stutterheim Raincoats is a Swedish outerwear brand founded in Stockholm in 2010. Alexander Stutterheim drew inspiration from the classic fishermans raincoat that his grandfather wore in the 1960 ́s, when he created the first Stutterheim raincoat. Ever since, the brands vision has been to create beautiful yet functional rain- and outerwear in the highest quality. All coats are handmade using the finest craftsmanship and are characterized by simplicity, functionality and timeless design. 

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Responsibility

Stutterheim encourages a more long-lasting way of consuming, where each item is bought with consideration and thought, with the intention of wearing it for many years. Swedish melancholy at its driest. 

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