An outerwear piece from the Ten C collection with a detachable down interior. The same concept of the garment is rendered in two different models: one with a felt hood and the other with a shearling hood.
The garment is subjected to a dyeing process which brings together three components at three different stages: the dyeing of polyester and nylon; dyeing of nylon and down; dyeing of wool and felt.
The Ten C models are made with a single, extremely soft fabric similar to jersey but heavier, composed of polyester microfibers. The jackets are dyed with special procedures due to the technical complexity of processing this material. The dyeing process of the Ten C models significantly reduces the length of the fabric, but at the same time contracts the fibers, favorable for waterproofing.
This particular dyeing process which characterizes the entire Ten C line is executed in Italy with special equipment and is the result of experience and research conducted within the company.