size & fit
- Fits true to size
- This item is designed for a regular fit
- The model wears a 1
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Measurements shown in the size guide refer to body measurements and not measurements of the garment.
|Size||EU||Chest (cm)||Waist (cm)||Hip (cm)|
|0||40 / XS||84||62||91|
|1||42 / S||88||66||95|
|2||44 / M||92||70||99|
|3||46 / L||96||74||103|
|4||48 / XL||100||78||107|
|5||50 / XXL||104||82||111|
|6||52 / XXXL||108||86||115|
Welcome the transitional season in the Juliet hooded gilet from the Recycled collection. Shaped to a long silhouette, the design features all-over diagonal quilting, a two-way zipper and welt pockets at the sides. The round green logo on the sleeve, the triangular recycled logo at the back hem, and the RECYCLED print on the lining offer instant recognition.
Polyester fabric 30dx30d with dull 'look', comes from 100% recycled polyester fibers from plastic bottles. It is lightweight and resistant, thanks to its features, guarantees impermeability and wind protection. Lining and padding used for the jacket are made from PET obtained from the recycling of plastic bottles.
Free shipping on all orders.
Orders are shipped in 2-5 working days. Delivery times vary depending on the destination country. For UK orders, the courier may give you a separated invoice from local authorities for extra duties, to be paid by the client. We invite you to verify local taxes and duties before placing an order on the Save The Duck Online Store. If you choose not to pay customs fees, we will ask you to pay the costs for returning the parcel to us. If you don't like the product you received you can send it back to us. For returns from UK and Switzerland, if customs fees apply, they will be paid by the client.
Endorses materials recycled to the highest standards.
As little impact as possible on people and the environment.