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Dahle Charcoal
2000,00 kr
Dahle, our ultralight insulated overshirt. Built for heavy layering, with dropped shoulders and a generous cut.
+ Description
Made in Portugal

Dahle, our ultralight insulated overshirt. Built for heavy layering, with dropped shoulders and a generous cut.

Made in an ultralight water-repellant technical fabric made by Olmetex in Italy, and insulated with Primaloft Silver. The Dahle is designed for use throughout the autumn/winter season, transitioning from use as an overshirt or light jacket in early autumn, to an insulating midlayer underneath a coat in the coldest winter.

Featuring a chest pocket and hand warmer pockets at the hip, closed with Riri snap buttons at the placket and cuffs.

The garment features:
- Technical fabric made by Olmetex, Italy
-100% polyamide fabric
-Lightweight, breathable and water repellent
- Insulated with Primaloft Silver
- Riri snap buttons, made in Switzerland
- Made at Stork, Portugal
+ Fitguide

Dahle features very dropped shoulders, a wide body and curved hems. Made for a comfortable fit when layering.

Measuring guide

Size Front Length Shoulders Chest (pit to pit) Bottom Opening
XS 74 60 68 61
Small 76 62 70 63
Medium 78 64 72 65
Large 80 66 74 67
XL 82 68 76 69
+ Care

To ensure that your garment will last and stay as nice as possible, we recommend following these simple steps when washing:

Technical water repellant fabrics:
- Close all zippers and flaps
- Use a small amount of liquid soap
- Do not use powdered detergent or fabric softener
- Wash cold, 30C, regular cycle with extra rinse if available
- Hang dry
- Reactivate the water resistant treatment by ironing the garment on a gentle setting with no steam. Protect the fabric with a towel between the iron and the garment.

Down puffers:
- Pre-rinse with cold water without detergent, saturating all materials with water
- Machine wash cold, 30C, regular cycle with extra rinse if available
- Use a liquid detergent recommended for down
- Tumble dry at a low temperature setting, together with a couple of dryer balls or tennis balls to de-clump and fluff up the down
- Repeat drying process on low temperature untill the puffer is light and fluffy. The fabric will feel dry long before the down inside is completely dry, so repeat until the garment feels light.

 

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