Arholma, named after a small island in the archipelago outside of Stockholm, is the original premium raincoat from Stutterheim. It is our take on the classic fisherman’s coat, designed with troubled water and dark skies in mind. Handmade in Europe with tailored details, this is a legacy piece that will last a lifetime (even two or three). Constructed in our signature 530-gram, 100% rainproof rubberised cotton, with stitched and taped seams and a soft cotton lining. Also features a handy inside pocket, snap metal closures and a drawstring hood. Designed in Stockholm, made by hand Europe.
The male model is 190 cm / 6′ 3″ tall and wearing a size L
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Made from our original premium 530 gram rubberised cotton, it is 100% waterproof. Each coat has seams taped by hand, metal press stud fasteners, black cotton draw strings to secure the hood, and a comfortable black cotton lining, featuring an inside pocket. It’s a modern take on the iconic raincoat, with a tailor made look and feel.
Handcrafted and quality controlled, each item is numbered with the tag signed by their individual creator.
The archipelago outside of Stockholm and beyond is Sweden’s pride and joy. Tens of thousands of islands of varying sizes make up this unique landscape that strikes a chord inside each Swede, reminding us of our strong ties to nature. It is on one of these islands that the idea of the premium raincoat was born – a vision of a coat that could stand the test of time as well as harsh weather. The island of Arholma became the inspiration for this vision – with its bleak landscape made up of grey, stony shores and its history tied to war and seafaring. Arholma, the coat, was at the beginning of its existence produced in small quantities, handmade in Stockholm, exclusively in black – matching the tone of Swedish melancholy.
Production has since moved to continental Europe and the range of colours has broadened – not everybody embraces darkness as well as Swedes. Constructed in our signature 530-gram, 100% rainproof rubberised cotton and featuring tailored details, this is a legacy piece that will last a lifetime – even two or three.
The Arholma is so iconic in fact, that it now sits proudly within the permanent collection at Nordiska Museet (The Nordic Museum) in Stockholm.
Produced in limited quantities, it will always be the original Stutterheim raincoat.