Leisure time Outdoor jacket 3/4 arm Kings Cross women's 2nd choice
Kakadu Kings Cross 3/4 arm, with its roll-up collar in which a hood is hidden, so that wind and weather can not harm you. Two large flap pockets, which, like the wind sleeve above the zipper, can be closed with press studs. The slanted pockets keep your hands nice and warm and are trimmed with cowhide. There is a drawstring at the waist so that the jacket can be tailored as needed.
XS: chest circumference approx. 104 cm- arm length approx. 41 cm- back length approx. 62 cm
S: chest circumference approx. 108 cm - arm length approx. 41 cm - back length approx. 62 cm
Material: 100% cotton
ATTENTION: The jacket is really small and has about 5 cm too short sleeves due to a production error.
Thanks to our special process of oiling and washing the cotton again, we reach our scrubbed canvas. This makes the material slightly water-repellent. The so-called DROP OFF, which means as much as the first drop is spread over the jacket when it is opened. This type of washing was originally developed for clothing that had to withstand tough external conditions. Classically used by workers from the outdoor areas such as construction and assembly, truckers, field workers and mine workers. With this type of washing, the color is deeply embedded in the fabric. Since it is mostly very heavy denim goods, from 10 OZ or 280 gr., There is the desired irregularity in the color image, which continues even with normal house laundry. This type of washing is often referred to as an antique finish or look because the products are deliberately worn and look old.
In general, it is advisable not to spin the clothing at all or only at low speed. The mechanics of the machine ensure that unsightly streaks can appear in clothing.
If a product stains strongly or you want to deliberately slow down the process of washing out the paint, simply let the product rest in a mixture of normal household vinegar and water for a few hours. The vinegar fixes the color again in the cotton and inhibits the "bleeding" of the material.