When your winter coat feels like you‘re wrapped in a sleeping bag. One of our most beloved, coziest styles. Will definitely keep you warm out there – and in style!
- updated YKK two-way-zipper
- lining made from recycled materials
- premium light weight fabric, made from recycled materials
- updated” E100 No Down” filling made from recycled post-consumer PET
- ethically made & PETA-approved vegan
Fit & sizing
Janessa is 178 in height and wears size M.
This style is oversized by default – the brand just likes them better that way and hopes you do, too. The go-to-rule here would be: order “true to size” – if you’re a XS in general, get an XS and it’ll come with just the right slight oversized fit. Sound good?
Material & care
For odors you want to get rid of (i.e. cigarette smoke), just air it out thoroughly. Even better: Hang your jacket in your bathroom when you take a shower. The steam pulls out smells like nothing else. A very natural, resourceful way of getting rid of unwanted smells from all garments you own.
If the outer shell gets dirty, take a wet cloth and clean partially. This will do in most cases – if you ask us, probably all cases. Maybe use a tiny bit of soap, but make sure to test it first and in a spot that’s not visible easily.
If you really want to wash it, though…
Yes, we suggest machine wash. It’s very important that the machine isn’t too full or too small. As we’ve learned before, the coats need some space to move freely. So especially with our bigger coats, please note how much space your machine offers – when in doubt, try a local Laundromat to find a machine with a bigger drum. This is important!
Machine wash at 30°C max (!). Make sure to select “gentle” or “delicate” cycle. Make sure that all zippers are closed or otherwise their sharp edges might damage the fabric!
Select “spin” cycle at 600-800 max (!) for 10 minutes.
Tumble dry* at 60°C for 40-60 minutes. If your coat is still wet after that, continue for another 5-10 minutes. Remember, we want it to dry as fast as possible!
One thing that sounds a bit outlandish but is a must for good results: Get a couple tennis balls and put them in the drier with your coat. They help keep the filling in movement. Make sure they don’t loose color!
Take out your coat 2-4 times during the drying process, turn inside out, shake out and pat the chambers with flat hands to prevent the filling to clump together.
In case you don’t have a tumble dryer close, try a local Laundromat. If you have absolutely no choice but to air dry, it’s really important to dry your coat close to a radiator and do everything to help dry the coat fast. Lay it out flat, pat and shake the filling chambers, move around the filling during the drying process.
ATTN: If your coat is cycled to heavy, if it’s washed in a machine that’s too small or not dried correctly, there’s a good chance the filling of your coat, just like with a down coat, might clump together. This might ruin your jacket. Please note that we can not accept any responsibility for damages that occur through washing your coat (or getting it wet and not drying it correctly for that matter, say, in a thunderstorm). This one’s one you. Wash with care, kids.