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This jacket is cut from regenerated leather, helping to reduce our demand on the environment and prevent material from ending up in landfill.

TOBIAS

Regenerated leather
Regenerated leather jacket
Black
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Exploring the relationship between human and nature, our Resort 2021 collection is built around responsible fabric choices. This jacket is cut from regenerated leather, helping to reduce our demand on the environment and prevent material from ending up in landfill. It has a figure-skimming silhouette defined by a drawstring-effect waist.

Model is 178 cm (5’ 8”) tall and wears a size S.

Body: 50% LEATHER FIBER 10% POLYESTER 10% VISCOSE 30% POLYURETHANE Lining: 100% VISCOSE Trimmings: 65% POLYESTER 35% POLYURETHANE Detail: 100% LEATHER, 100% ACRYLIC Button: 30% AZOT 20% POTATO DUST 20% GLUE 20% HORN POWDER 10% DYE STUFF

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Regenerated leather
Regenerated leatherThis item is made using regenerated leather, which helps to close the loop between resource-intensive fabric production and growing piles of textile waste.
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TOBIAS

Regenerated leather
Regenerated leather jacket
Black
Color
SizeSize guide
N/A
Description

Exploring the relationship between human and nature, our Resort 2021 collection is built around responsible fabric choices. This jacket is cut from regenerated leather, helping to reduce our demand on the environment and prevent material from ending up in landfill. It has a figure-skimming silhouette defined by a drawstring-effect waist.

Model is 178 cm (5’ 8”) tall and wears a size S.

Body: 50% LEATHER FIBER 10% POLYESTER 10% VISCOSE 30% POLYURETHANE Lining: 100% VISCOSE Trimmings: 65% POLYESTER 35% POLYURETHANE Detail: 100% LEATHER, 100% ACRYLIC Button: 30% AZOT 20% POTATO DUST 20% GLUE 20% HORN POWDER 10% DYE STUFF

Care Information

Sustainability

Regenerated leather
Regenerated leatherThis item is made using regenerated leather, which helps to close the loop between resource-intensive fabric production and growing piles of textile waste.
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