Arnie Down Jacket - Wetlook Black & Tobacco (reversible)
Arnie Down Jacket - Wetlook Black & Tobacco (reversible)
Arnie Down Jacket - Wetlook Black & Tobacco (reversible)
Arnie Down Jacket - Wetlook Black & Tobacco (reversible)
Arnie Down Jacket - Wetlook Black & Tobacco (reversible)
Arnie Down Jacket - Wetlook Black & Tobacco (reversible)
Arnie Down Jacket - Wetlook Black & Tobacco (reversible)
Arnie Down Jacket - Wetlook Black & Tobacco (reversible)
Arnie Down Jacket - Wetlook Black & Tobacco (reversible)
Arnie Down Jacket - Wetlook Black & Tobacco (reversible)

Arnie Down Jacket - Wetlook Black & Tobacco (reversible)

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How good is a reversible jacket? More bang for your buck! 

ARNIE is a classic knee length coat with flattering chevron quilted side panels. Like all MOKE packable down styles, it has a fantastic warmth to weight ratio, great breathability & is beautifully soft to the touch.

This fully reversible coat is complete with shiny black hardware that gives it extra sleekness. ARNIE has a double ended/reversible front zipper for extra practicality and also comes with its own packable bag, making it perfect for travel or easy storage when on the go.

  • Sizing: Small = 8/10; Medium = 10/12; Large = 12/14; XL = 14/16
  • Fill: 90% duck down & 10% waterfowl feathers
  • Shell: 100% nylon
  • Includes packable bag
  • double ended reversible zipper
  • fully reversible

 

Responsible Down Standard (R.D.S)

You can wear MOKE with a clear conscience. Their down supplier is R.D.S certified, ensuring that all our down is ethically sourced.

Care

Turn garment inside out, machine wash on cold with a mild detergent that does not have fluorescing agents. Do not use fabric softeners or bleach. Once washed place your garment in the dryer with 3 clean tennis balls to return feathers back to original loft. Do not iron or dry clean.

Due to the lightweight nature of this garment, some feathers may occasionally protrude through the layers due to friction or static. DO NOT pull these feathers out, instead pinch the feather from the inside of the body and pull it back into the inside of the body of the jacket. Pulling feathers out can create holes in the fabric and should be avoided.