DAPPLE PUFFA AUTHENTIC DAPPLE
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- RÆCYCLED polyester Puffa
- RÆBURN Heavyweight Layer 6
- Fully insulated w. 740g RÆCYCLED Thermore Ecodown Loft fill
- Bungee cord lock adjustment at cuff
- Concealed snap fastening
- Two-way zip w. RÆBURN branded puller
- x2 pockets
- Straight hemline
- Signature RÆCYCLED grosgrain detailing inspired by graphic parachute seam lines
- RÆBURN velcro parachute emblem
- RÆBURN branded shoulder straps
- Internal pocket
- Internal concealed chest pocket w. zip fastening
- Shell: 100% RÆCYCLED PET Polyester
- Lining: 100% RÆCYCLED PET Polyester Ripstop
- Fill: 100% RÆCYCLED Thermore Ecodown Loft fill
Delivery & Returns
All orders are sent by traceable, signed for and insured services. We aim to dispatch all goods as soon as is reasonably possible following receipt of your online order.
We understand that from time to time you may wish to return a product to us. To enable you to return products to us, in appropriate circumstances, we have created a 14-day Returns Policy. This policy does not affect your statutory rights under the Sale of Goods Act 1979 and the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000.
Work of Art
If you are looking for a top quality, stylish and warm alternative to many run-of-the-mill Winter jackets - look no further. This is an attention-grabber for all the right reasons. Camo has appeared in clothing brands for many years now and has become so commonplace that it has long since ceased to be particularly noteworthy – many patterns appear to be duplicated across brands with only the colour combinations changing. However, the Dapple Camo used on this jacket, dating from 1950s Yugoslavia, is something quite different – compared to many of the obviously military or modern digitised camos, this pattern is highly artistic, with almost an Impressionist-era colour palette. Given it is a mountain pattern style, the sense of it being a landscape picture is perhaps unsurprising. It is literally a work of art and quite beautiful to view. One imagines the Yugoslav Army snipers who wore the original coverall smock version would be bewildered that something designed to disguise is now used to stand out in the urban environment. The print is a faithful reproduction of the original camo (if you get the chance to visit the Marshall St store you may be lucky enough to see the original smock) and the jacket itself is very warm, cut beautifully with a soft handle to the fabric and the usual excellent attention to detail all over- wrist adjusters, internal shoulder straps, and double Lampo zip main closure. And all produced sustainably. Given the price gets you change from £500, you will be very hard placed to find many other outerwear pieces that marry such design beauty, production quality and value for money. A must-have for every wardrobe.