Ladies softshell jacket-hoodie with zipper Barrsa Double Soft Script BALACK/FUXIE
  • Ladies softshell jacket-hoodie with zipper Barrsa Double Soft Script BALACK/FUXIE
  • Ladies softshell jacket-hoodie with zipper Barrsa Double Soft Script BALACK/FUXIE
  • Ladies softshell jacket-hoodie with zipper Barrsa Double Soft Script BALACK/FUXIE

Ladies softshell jacket-hoodie with zipper Barrsa Double Soft Script Blue/FUXIE

CZK1,790.00

The new range of elegant ladies sweatshirts BARRSA DOUBLE SOFT SCRIPT uses a combination of popular softshell and comfortable napped cotton. This original jacket-hoodie has a hood with contrast lining, full zipper, two convenient front pockets & original print! For hoodies, we used modern sleeve cuffs with thumb holes - this detail using the example in dress, sport or in cooler weather.

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We have combined these two popular materials so that we can offer you comfortable and versatile "jacket-hoodie". This jacket-hoodie has top soft shell, which is waterproof, yet breathable - specification 10,000 mm water column and breathability 5.000 g / m2 / 24 hours.
Thanks to these features and well thought-out design can be worn bundomikina course itself as a sweatshirt. It is more than comfortable and the back of my fine hair, which makes the bundomikina adhesive - can be worn under a winter jacket.
This product is ideal for winter fun chat, where you can spend the whole day and it snaps you or brief rain showers.

Material

  • body & sleeves: 70% cotton, 30% polyester / soft shell: 100% polyester
    softshell: water column 10.000 mm, breathability 5.000 g / m2 / 24 hours
  • woven fabric
  • textile from S- and Z- twist yarn
  • non-worsted cotton
  • soft touch cotton

Colour

  • Blue/fuxie

Additional information

  • zipped
  • softshell panels in the upper part
  • hood with contrasting lining
  • two front pockets with zippers

 

 cmSMLXLXXL
length 51 56 56 61 66
width 47 49 51 55 60

* other sizes upon demand

Barrsa
DOSSBUBUFX

Data sheet

Material
100% cotton with admixture

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