STUTTERHEIM Stockholm Lightweight Raincoat Navy

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STUTTERHEIM Stockholm Lightweight Raincoat Navy

170.00

Introducing Stockholm LW – a lightweight version of our best-selling style, the iconic, unisex Stockholm raincoat.

Stockholm LW quotes the original, but in a lightweight and packable material, perfect for warmer climates and seasons.

It comes unlined with two front pockets. Here in a light sand colored version, with black cotton drawstrings and silver snap buttons.

​Male models are around 183cm/6' & 80kg/176lbs and wear a Unisex Medium

Female models are around 174cm/5’7” & 60kg/132lbs and wear Unisex XS or Women’s S

Material : 100% PU (polyurethane), membrane in 100% polyester.
Designed in Stockholm, Sweden.
Made in Poland.

Care : We recommend that our customers strictly follow our care instructions to ensure product quality.
If the garment is dirty or has stains first try using a wet cloth and soap. If stains don’t come out, the garment may be machine washed cold, on delicate cycle.
Do not dry clean.
Dry hanging.
Wrinkles or creases from folding can be straightened out with a steamer, or by gently ironing the inside of the coat on low heat.

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Melancholy, when embraced rather than feared, can be a powerful catalyst for creativity. With this maxim in mind, here begins the story of Stutterheim.

On the small island of Arholma in the Stockholm archipelago, Stutterheim founder Alexander Stutterheim discovered his grandfather’s old raincoat in a barn, shortly after he passed away. This classic fisherman’s raincoat, heavy, durable and timeless, provided the inspiration for the first Stutterheim raincoat, the Arholma, and continues to inform the modern interpretations we produce today.

We’ve come a long way since then, but we’ll never forget where this journey started. Follow in our latest footsteps below...