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Down jacket Technical flannel wool Navy blue

€735
Navy blue technical flannel wool
down jacket with a membrane.

6-press button duck down jacket,
zip fastening beneath placket,
with removable hood with zip,
1 breast pocket, 2 welt pockets with press stud flaps,
ribbed trim inside sleeve cuffs.

Interior with 1 zipped pocket and 2 button welt pockets.

Mens down jacket 60% wool and 40% polyester
Interior 80% duck down, 20% duck feathers
lining 100% polyester
Dry clean

men's Down jacket 19HM3OPUF-OM25/30

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Down jacket

Once discouraged everywhere but the ski slopes, this technical jacket, invented by a skier, is these days enjoyed by even the best-dressed urbanites. Well cut and flattering, the modern down coat is chic, having left behind the eiderdown originally transformed by Klaus Obermeyer - aeronautical engineer at Messerschmitt - in the 1950s to protect the chilled clientele of his Aspen ski school.

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Flannel

Flannel is combed wool or cotton fabric, which appeared in the 18th century coinciding with the introduction of the first looms. An imperishable classic in English drapery, this warm fabric with a slight fuzz (due to washing at the end of the production process) permits the elegant man to face the winter months without shivering.

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