BLOCK JACKET - waterproof anorak - nero
WATERPROOF ANORAK - UNISEX
Our new favourite jacket. It has a clean and humble design with some fun elements like the off coloured pockets and flaps to brake off the “classic” look.
First things first:
The BLOCK is designed like a classic anorak jacket, which means that you pull it over your head to put it on. One big zipper in the front makes getting dressed quick and easy.
The BLOCK design has a clean look to it, but in various colour and size combinations so that you can make it personal. It’s the slim fitted classic look and the baggy street style vibe all rolled into one jacket.
It’s made out of 100% cotton fabric (170gsm), with waterproof coating (8000mm) and camouflage lining (100 polyester) and features two pockets on the front with white details.
Make sure you check our size guide so that you get the perfect fit and look that you were after. We made these jackets only in SMALL and LARGE. If your size is MEDIUM then go SMALL for a fitted look or LARGE for a baggy street style.
Bea (167) is wearing a size SMALL
Robert (180) is wearing a size LARGE
The jacket is comfortable to wear. Being a light jackt is good to wear it in spring time even on bicycle. I tested on bicycle in a cloudy day.
I really like the material and the style of the jacket. So i can wear it in any tipe of situation, no matter what ki of weather is outside (sunny spring or rainy). Great job guys! And thx for the surprise! U are awesome!
I always trust For Different Species that no matter what I buy from them, I'll surely receive a piece of clothing made of great materials that will withstand the test of time.
Even thought these block jackets are not meant specially for colder days, it's loose style gives you enough space to layer your clothes under. It's airy, not only because it features ventilating openings, but for the light material as well. Being a light jacket it is definitely comfortable to wear, not to mention the fact that it barely takes up place when folded, so there's no way I won't tuck it in my backpack when I travel. Though I've only experienced wearing my Nero on colder winter days, I definitely see it as piece that I could and I'm willing to wear in any season, no matter the weather.