Dalvik Jacket

Dalvik jacket crafted from ripstop fabric with an iridescent foil-printed motif inspired by the magnificent beauty of frozen ocean waters.

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€ 280 - € 400

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  • ✓ Free delivery
  • ✓ 100 day free returns
  • ✓ Free pick-up returns at home
  • Regular fit
  • Drawstring hood, practical pockets and waterproof zip fastening for maximum practicality
  • Ripstop fabric with an iridescent foil-printed motif
  • Insulated with Repreve padding – performance fibre obtained from recycled plastic bottles and produced through sustainable manufacturing that reduces water and energy consumption, as well as greenhouse gas emissions, compared to virgin fibres
  • So far, more than 20 billion plastic bottles have been recycled by producing the Repreve fabric
  • Elasticated cuffs keep the chill out
  • Logo patch on the sleeve
  • waterresistant
  • insulation
  • recycled
  • 100% Polyamide
  • wash at 30 °C gently
  • do not bleach
  • do not tumble dry
  • do not iron
  • do not dry clean
With its contemporary appeal, graphic details and a host of functional features – the Dalvik jacket is a modern must-have. Crafted from ripstop fabric with an iridescent foil-printed motif inspired by the magnificent beauty of frozen ocean waters, it's also generously filled with Repreve padding – made from recycled plastic bottles. A roomy hood, a waterproof zip fastening and adjustable drawstring trims round off this reliable winter wardrobe staple.

Protection

  • Medium
    Wind resistant
  • Medium
    Waterproof
  • High
    Warmth
  • Medium
    Breathability

ICE SAILING

It is a winter sport of sailing and racing on ice in modified boats. An iceboat is basically a sailboat that travels on thin blades, or runners, on the surface of the ice.
Although there are hints of iceboating in the archaeological past as far back as 2000 BC in what is now the Scandinavian region, iceboating as a means of winter transport dates firmly only to the 17th and 18th centuries on the frozen Gulf of Riga and on the canals of the Netherlands. In 1790 the first iceboat appeared on the Hudson River in New York.The sport began in the mid-19th century, the Poughkeepsie Ice Yacht Club being formed in 1865 and the Hudson River Ice Yacht Club in 1870.
The frozen sea and the cuts made by the ice sailboat, were the inspiration to the motif and print of this jacket.

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