SKU
NS600

Unisex Lightweight hoodie

Colours and sizes

Exists in 5 colours

Weight and composition

130 gsm
87% Polyester, 13% Polyamide

About the product

The NS600 Jacket by Native Spirit is made from polyester (87% including 35% post-consumer recycled) and polyamide (13%).
The RCS (Recycled Content Standard) certificate is issued by Ecocert Greenlife.
As well as being No Label for easy customisation, we have also added a patch in self fabric and a flying ripstop lining to the inside back.
Made of water-repellent fabric, the NS600 jacket fastens with electrostatic paint and metal press studs. The zips are made of plastic with metal puller. To keep your belongings safe, we have included waterproof side pockets with reversed zips on the sides.
The panelled hood is lined with checked polyamide ripstop. There are 2 stoppers with elastic ring stopper to adjust the hood and 2 additional stoppers at inner side seams. There is binding at armholes, sides of garment and at inner sleeves.
We have also added ventilation eyelets at the back under the sleeves for additional comfort.
For a better fit, we have also made the hem elasticated and added a drawcord with stopper at the sides. The puller and the slider are made of metal. The cuffs are adjusted with half elastic band and tear release fastening.
Don't just stay on the deck, join us for a cruise or a nature trail and slip on your new favourite NS600 jacket.

Additional information

Logistic
10
Country of origin
China
Customs code
62019300

Our commitments

Expertise Vegan Europe, better known under the EVE VEGAN label (a registered trademark), is an international control and labelling organisation specialised in vegan products.

Expertise Vegan Europe, better known under the EVE VEGAN label (a registered trademark), is an international control and labelling organisation specialised in vegan products.

8 recycled bottles

8 recycled bottles

Matières recyclées

Les matières recyclées s'obtiennent selon deux procédés différents : 

  • recycling materials or clothes that have already been used. This is known as post-consumer recycling, i.e. these materials are given a “post-consumption” second life to prevent the use of virgin materials in textile production.
  • recycling scraps of raw materials used during the production of clothes. This process is called pre-consumer recycling, which means we create and spin new threads from scraps of fabric recovered from textile production before consumption.