You’ll love wearing this smart Moke coat thanks to the extreme warmth and comfort it will provide. The Moke Duck Down coat has been carefully shaped at the waist to give a very flattening fit.
Reversible jackets can be worn two ways in case you want to mix things up. You’ll also have access to multiple discreet pockets that zip securely.
Once you have the coat on it should measure roughly 85-90cm from the base of the coat to the top of your shoulders (it will depend upon size).
The Moke Long Hooded Duck Down coat is extremely popular at the moment, so some sizes and colours will need to be ordered in.
At only 400g it’s more lightweight than you can imagine and it’s showerproof to help keep you dry. The coat can be rolled into a small ball and carried around in a bag.
Down is a lightweight ‘feathery’ feather and it’s a wonderful natural insulator that is also breathable. When you keep adding more together they can trap huge amounts of air that your body will heat to warm you up fast.
The coats are 90% Duck Down and only 10% feathers. Any clothing containing more than 20% feathers should be avoided as they’ll begin to shed.
A Moke Duck Down coat should last you many years if looked after correctly. They are machine washable so your life will be easier.
Designed in New Zealand and manufactured in China.
Please note: Due to being reversible, this coat runs a slightly slimmer fit than the ordinary Moke Jacket & Coat.
NZ/AUS - 4/6
NZ/AUS - 6/8
NZ/AUS - 8/10
NZ/AUS - 10/12
NZ/AUS - 12/14
NZ/AUS - 14/16
NZ/AUS - 16/18
NZ/AUS - 18/20
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.