Joshua Black Lamb
NOK 6.999,00 kr
Made in Portugal
Limited to 12 pieces made.
The Joshua Black Lamb made from a beautiful and soft lambskin leather. Sourced and tanned in Portugal. This particular leather is smooth and silky and has a super soft and supple texture. Lambskin is particularly known for its insulative and protective benefits as well as standing up to cold temperatures better than many synthetic materials. A definite essential that will remain a classic for many years to come regardless of seasonal trends.
Made in our new classic trucker jacket, Joshua. Designed to rest close to the body for consistency of comfort and is intended for normal layering. Featuring a clean rounded collar, a centre front closure with two prong tack donut buttons from YKK, long sleeves ending in button cuffs, with a washer-burr rivet reinforcing the opening of the hem at the arm. It has one interior utility pocket and two exterior welt pockets at the front. The Joshua also has the characteristic pleats running down from the front yoke to the hem for added flexibility.
The garment features:
- 100% Lambskin Leather tanned in Portugal.
- 100% Polyester pocketing and lining.
- Two prong tack donut buttons from YKK.
- 1 interior utility pocket.
- 2 exterior welt pockets.
- Stitched with high quality poly core cotton thread
- Made by only four people at Octa in Portugal.
- Each individual piece numbered by hand.
- Limited to 12 pieces made.
Model is 177 cm, weigh 77 kg and wears a size medium.
Go to our fitguide to read more about the Joshua.
Available in sizes small to xxx-large
How it's made
This particular product is from our seasonal collection line. A wide collection of uncompromising garments of high quality. Available in a variety of retailers who shares the same passion for denim and other well made products.
We take a lot of pride in having our products made in Portugal and in Europe. This enables us to frequently visit our factories to ensure continuity in quality, as well as ensuring a good working environment for the people who are involved in creating all of our products.
Love & Care
This particular garment must not be machine-washed or dry cleaned.
Lambskin leather is beyond beautiful. It is as soft as leather can come and will make you feel as if you have a luxurious second skin. While it is beautiful and can make you feel wonderful, it is also more difficult to take care of because it is so fragile. Luckily, with a few simple lambskin leather care tips, you can have your lamb and wear it too!
Before wearing your lambskin leather jacket it might be a good idea to apply a good lambskin protectant. You need to choose one that is made specifically for delicate leather. The best way to apply the protectant is to spray it on evenly, instead of rubbing it onto the leather.
When it is time to do some cleaning to your leather jacket. Be very careful because it is tough to clean without darkening the leather. To begin, you'll simply need a clean, soft cloth. Take your cloth and slowly wipe the stain in a gentle manner. Do not scrub and do not use water. This will only stain your jacket. If you have multiple, tough stains or excessive dirt and grim, it is best to let a professional clean your jacket.
As with any leather, conditioning your lambskin leather is essential. This is the only way to prevent it from drying out and cracking. It is vital that you find a leather conditioner that works well on lambskin in order to prevent any damage. If you are unsure, try it on a inconspicuous area first to determine its effectiveness. Since conditioners may darken the leather a shade, pre-test in a hidden spot. When you pre-test, use a white cloth and look for the following results. 1. Colour on the cloth. 2. Change to colour of leather one hour after application. It either happens, use the leather care products sparingly.
Store your lambskin leather properly.
- Use a padded hanger to retain the jacket's shape.
- Do not cover lambskin leather in plastic as this will cause it to dry out.
- Do not store lambskin leather in direct sunlight.
- Store your lambskin in a cool, dry space, not hot and moist.