Didriksons Lilac Jacket
A insulated imitation down jacket with sewn pattern detailing. The jacket has a detachable hood and a visible front zipper. The sleeves can be extended by up to one size with the "Extend size" system. The material is waterproof and windproof. PFC-free DWR finish.
Insulation - Insulates your childs body to make sure you always have the right temperature. Worn separate as a second layer. In harsh weather preferably worn together with a protective shell that is 100% wind and waterproof.
Functions - Detachable hood.
- Extendable size - there is a seam inside the garment that can be cut away. When the seam is cut away, arms will increase their length by one size.
Fabric - 100% Polyamide Weave, Cire, PFC fre, WR Finish.
- In 1913, Julius and Hanna Didrikson started up the manufacturing of oil garments in Grundsund, Sweden. There, on the rim of the western coastline where Sweden meets the ocean, there was a constant need from the local fishing industry. To continuously improve the product, it was important to be close to the users.
- Machine washable at 40 degrees
Close all buttons, zippers, buckles and velcro. Remove detachable parts, such as synthetic fur and belt. This is to avoid wear and tear, both of these parts but also the rest of the garment. Wash the garment with inside out to reduce wear on the outer fabric. Read the garment's care instruction carefully.
Wash garment separately the first time. Use a gentle detergent when it is gentler on the garment, particularly for its resistance to water. Avoid fabric softener as this can have a negative impact on the garment's water resistance. Choose washing programs and washing temperature according to the garment's care instruction. When hand wash, do not let the garment soak.
Remove the garment from the washing machine immediately after completed washing program. This is for avoiding color to dye to other parts of the garment. Wring out the garment if necessary to avoid water streaks on the garment. Avoid tumble-drying as this unnecessary wear on the function of the garment. To restore the garment's resistance to water the garment shall be heat-treated after washing.It is possible to dry our clothes in a drying cabinet, but not warmer than the recommended washing temperature. That means that 40°C washing temperature is also 40°C during drying in a drying cabinet.
Age 1-2 years 3-4 years 4-5 years Size 90 100 110 Chest 52 cm 54.5 cm 57 Waist 50 cm 52 cm 54 Seat 54 cm 57.5 cm 60 Inseam 36 cm 42 cm 48 cm
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In 1913, Julius and Hanna Didrikson started up the manufacturing of oil garments in Grundsund, Sweden. There, on the rim of the western coastline where Sweden meets the ocean, there was a constant need from the local fishing industry. To continuously improve the product, it was important to be close to the users.