Our Angela weather proof down coat is perfect for everyday wear, with its flattering quilted panels, matte black hardware and waterproof shell fabric it keeps you looking dressy and dry!
Like all Moke styles, it has a fantastic warmth to weight ratio and great breath-ability. This style also features a double ended front zipper for extra practicality.
The back has a curved hem which is approximately 9cm longer than the middle of the front. The middle of the back features a small slit for easy movement.
These Down coats are machine washable and will last years if treated correctly. Comes with its own packable bag, making it perfect for travel or easy storage when on the go.
Designed in New Zealand in Oamaru by Moke made in China from Fill: 90% duck down 10% waterfowl feathers Shell: 93% Polyester 7% Spandex.
Moke down is R.D.S certified, ensuring that all our down is ethically sourced. A good down coat should have at least 80% Duck down. If there is more than 20% feather composition you are more likely to get shedding of feathers.
Down is possibly nature's greatest insulation, and one of the easiest to adapt to human use. Down is a lightweight and 'feathery' feather, which when combined with more Down, traps a very large amount of air. This air is then heated by the body to provide insulation. Additionally, Down has the marvellous ability to breathe, lifting away perspiration so you don't experience the clamminess which often occurs when wearing synthetics.
The model wears a Size S and is 177cm (5'9) tall with an 83cm bust, 66cm waist and 86cm hip.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Turn garment inside out, machine wash on cold with a mild detergent that does not have fluorescing agents. Do not use fabric softeners or bleach. Once washed place your garment in the dryer with 3 clean tennis balls to return feathers back to original loft. Do not iron or dry clean. Due to the lightweight nature of this garment, some feathers may occasionally protrude through the layers due to friction or static. DO NOT pull these feathers out, instead pinch the feather from the inside of the body and pull it back into the inside of the body of the jacket. Pulling feathers out can create holes in the fabric and should be avoided.