ITEMS OF THE WEEK #18

WOMEN’S ITEM OF THE WEEK: Blurred Jacket

IRIEDAILY IOTW #18 Blurred Jacket

The new Item of the Week for the girls is the Blurred Jacket! The lightweight jacket is water resistant with a water column* of 5000mm/br and also breathable and wind-resistant. The upper part of the jacket is printed with a simple pattern, the rest is plain. A full-length zipper, pockets with Velcro fasteners and ribbed cuffs and hem complete the summer jacket. The hood is adjustable and the inside pocket can be used to store your mobile phone. The shell of the Blurred Jacket is made of recycled polyester. Furthermore the jacket is vegan!
You can choose between classic black or fresh salmon.

MEN’S ITEM OF THE WEEK: Resulaner Jacket

IRIEDAILY IOTW #18 Resulaner Jacket

The Resulaner Jacket is the new Item of the Week for men! The light summer jacket is not only breathable due to the mesh lining, but also wind- and waterproof with a water column* of 5000mm/br.
Your important things like mobile phone, keys or headphones can be stored in the zippered side pockets or the inside pocket. The adjustable hood and the soft rib cuffs on sleeves and body hem ensure that the jacket fits perfectly. Optically, the Resulaner Jacket uses the color block design. The upper color block contrasts with the lower color block. A small IRIEDAILY lettering can be found on the front edge of the color block. There is a logo application on the left sleeve as well. The shell of the jacket is made of recycled polyester and of course the Resulaner Jacket is also vegan.
You can choose between three different colors: navy, black or olive!

*The water column indicates how waterproof a fabric is. To test this, 10cm of the fabric is stretched under a measuring tube and tested in a laboratory. To do this, the water cylinder is slowly filled with water and it is observed when drops appear under the fabric. The water column is increased by ten millimetres per second and the test is completed as soon as three drops have formed. The filling level can then be used to determine at how many millimetres the water has penetrated the fabric.