Hanna Down Jacket
An almost one of a kind jacket! The Hanna is made from leftover fabrics from the production of our fall/winter 2020 collection. Not only are these jackets a cheerful and perfect everyday winter layer, they also help us move towards our zero waste production goal! Quantities are limited, because, well, fabric scraps were limited! We love finding creative ways to reduce our impact on the earth, we hope you enjoy our latest project as much as we do!
STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified
2-way YKK zipper in the front
2 hand pockets with YKK zippers
Drawstring at the bottom
Inner pocket with a reversible zipper to pack the jacket in
Outer material: 100% nylon
Insulation: 90/10 down / feathers, 600 fill
Environmentally friendly DWR repels dirt and moisture
(see our size chart)
I've had this coat for a few weeks now, and originally I bought it in the small. The small fit perfectly, but it was just a tad bit too tight in the shoulders. I sized up to a medium, and am super glad I did (I'm 5'7, 115 pounds) and the medium gives me some room to layer. While with other coats I had found a medium to be too boxy and unflattering, I did not find that to be the case with this coat! I love the different colors this coat has because it's fun without being too crazy, and adds a splash of color to these dark winter days! I've worn this coat in a variety of temperatures ranging anywhere from 30° to below zero (which in that case I just add a few layers, and use this coat as an outer layer and am good to go!) and am quite happy with it. I'm soon finding that this is my go-to winter coat because it just works for everything! All in all a 10/10 coat, and the fact that Skhoop is using scraps for the hood, to help prevent waste/add some color just makes this the perfect excuse to buy. Also, as an added bonus, it's puppy approved too ;)
This jacket makes me happy! The colors, the style, and the cut are unbelievably flattering and super warm. I get compliments on the orange hood everywhere I go. It's the perfect outer layer for my cold morning adventures in Maine!