Inferno Camo

$735

The Inferno coat is handmade in a single waxed cotton fabric that is made in the British Midlands, designed in Stockholm and assembled in Europe. It has everything you need for an early crisp spring day, those light urban showers or the countryside drizzle. Here in a uniquely-developed British camouflage pattern together with the matching bucket hat – Beppe.

The model on the picture is 177 cm tall and she is wearing a size XS.

On the face of it, Inferno is a handmade all-weather coat sewn in the finest cotton fabric and fortified with a special waxing. But we like to think of it more as a pièce de résistance in the everyday struggle against inner as well as outer demons. With its comfortable fit and sturdy outside, we have dedicated it to all artists who have ever been inspired by the drizzling rain and their own clouded thoughts. Melancholy has long been a trademark for Swedish poets, directors, and artists of all sorts. But one stands out as a bottomless source of melancholic inspiration – August Strindberg. Ingmar Bergman called the 19th century novelist and playwright his “companion through life”. Strindberg called his memoirs “Inferno”.
The Inferno coat is handmade in a single waxed cotton fabric that is made in the British Midlands, designed in Stockholm and assembled in Europe. It has everything you need for an early crisp spring day, those light urban showers or the countryside drizzle. Here in a uniquely-developed British camouflage pattern together with the matching bucket hat – Beppe.
The Inferno is unisex, with a fairly straight and slim fit. If you're likely to be wearing a suit underneath, please consider sizing up. Keep in mind that the sizes are mens’ sizes. Please use our virtual size guide located next to the product.

You can also get help from our size chart.
100% cotton, wax coating
Lining: 100% cotton, sleeves: 100% viscose
Designed in: Stockholm, Sweden.
Made in: Latvia.

If the garment is dirty or has stains only use a cloth with cold water. Conduct a re-waxing of your Inferno at least once a year to keep maximum quality - if you like a used feel do a re-waxing when you feel that it's time for it. Make sure to hang coat after use to let it dry naturally. Do not iron.

Re - waxing instructions:
  1. Brush of your Inferno with a soft shoe brush or rub away dust only with cold water using a sponge. Then let it dry.
  2. Apply the wax using a cloth/piece of cut off cotton over the jacket and try to keep the color of the jacket consistent.
    This makes it easier to see that the wax is even over the whole jacket.
  3. Leave your jacket to dry overnight.

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