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Disana Kids Boiled Merino Wool Coat

Disana Kids Boiled Merino Wool Coat

Regular price $56.00 USD
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Discover the Ultimate Winter Comfort with Disana Boyed Merino Wool Coat


Brave the cold weather with comfort and style with the Disana Kids Boiled Merino Wool Coat. The jacket combines unparalleled warmth, thanks to the premium merino wool construction, with a tailored fit and attractive design that adds a touch of panache to any child's winter outfit.

Every element of this coat is incredibly thought through, from the high-quality boiled merino wool fabric to the coat's classic cut. The rich color options allow your kid to truly showcase their personality. The coat also features a generous hood, roomy pockets, and comfortable cuffs on the sleeves, combining practicality and fashion beautifully. 

For little hands it is easy to put on and take off the jacket, thanks to its big tagua nut buttons. The longer cut on the back part keeps the back warm when bending over and crawling. Fine knitted cuffs at the sleeves provide a gentle closing, while hood, neck and shoulder have a lining out of organic cotton.

Disana is known for their commitment to quality and this coat is no exception. Soft, warm, and utterly chic – the Disana Kids Boiled Merino Wool Coat is the perfect choice for those wanting to make winter days a bit more fun and a lot more stylish for their kids. Order your Disana Kids Boiled Merino Wool Coat today!


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Care information

A wool article doesn’t have to be washed frequently. Most of the time, airing is perfectly sufficient. We recommend a handwash with lukewarm water (about 25°C) and a mild wool shampoo, e.g. the disana wool shampoo. If you prefer a machine wash, please always use the wool setting and make sure that the spin rotation is very low and the temperature not more than 20°C. Please don't dry boiled-wool and knitted articles on the line, because it'll damage the fit. It's better to dry them in a lying position. Preferably not in the hot midday sun, rather indoors or in the setting sun.

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