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Jacket Orland H (Navy / Desert)

Desert / Navy

The number 1 rain coat in our collection! The light & wind-resistant Orland rain parka stands out with simple and minimalist design; straight-cut and streamlined to the essentials, it boasts large flap pockets for wallets, keys and co. Double row copper-colored snap fasteners to achieve a perfect fit; Wrists also adjustable via snaps. Smart backpack function lets you drape around your shoulders in seconds when the sun pops out.Unlined, taped seams.



Our model is 188 cm tall and wears size M. Please order one size smaller than usually.


When to wear

Ideal for rainy days thanks to membrane and tape on the seams. When worn over a hoodie, the jacket is also suitable for cold weather. Provides protection from cold wind and rain.  

The material is lined with a membrane that makes the jacket somewhat stiff initially, but increases in softness and pliability with each use.



80% cotton, 20% PU

The coat is made from the 2-ply material Storm Pop. Outer fabric is tightly woven cotton poplin laminated with a PU-membrane that prevents soaking and provides excellent wind-stopping properties. Seams are taped to prevent water penetration.

Withstands hydrostatic water pressure of up to 5000 millimeters, making it an ideal choice for light rainy conditions.

Our cotton rainwear behaves differently from standard synthetical rainwear. The cotton fabric withstands the rain in parts. The cotton yarn can absorb some water, but the membrane stops the humidity.



Poplin made of organic cotton. Hydrophobic finishing is PFC-free. Our sustainably produced jackets and coats are manufactured in our own GOTS-certified factory in Jiaxing, China.



No chemical dry clean. Only professional wet clean or hand wash. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry.

To reactivate the hydrophobic finish after washing the fabric, you should iron it at medium heat with a cloth in between. The heat will reactivate the links of the molecules.

Our fabric is made from finest organic cotton fiber. Strong use of the garments can lead to change of color on the seams.