Mini Rodini Wind Jacket Green - limited sizes left
Mini Rodini Wind Jacket Green - limited sizes left
Mini Rodini Wind Jacket Green - limited sizes left
Mini Rodini

Mini Rodini Wind Jacket Green - limited sizes left

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Our favourite classic Mini Rodini wind jacket is back !

This premium quality jacket features:

  • a faux leather panda patch at front 
  • removable visor hood
  • two front pockets
  • elastic at the sleeves 
  • a soft rib fabric at the hem

This jacket has an environmentally friendly and water-repellent BIONIC-FINISH® ECO coating. The outer material is breathable and water-resistant with 3000mm water columns. The inside lining is made of recycled and airy mesh material and the zip has inside zip protection to keep the wind out. 

Composition: the shell is 100 % recycled polyester, the lining is 100 % recycled polyester

Made in China

16 PET bottles were recycled to make this jacket.

This wind jacket has the water-repellent coating BIONIC-FINISH® ECO. In most water-repellent coatings on the market today the use of PFC’s and its fluorocarbons is a rule rather than an exception. These chemicals decompose very slowly in nature, are easily spread and nowadays found worldwide. They impair reproductive ability and are also suspected to cause cancer. BIONIC-FINISH® ECO is made with an alternative technique and is not only free from PFC and fluorocarbons but also from formaldehyde and paraffin.

This jacket is also GRS certified which ensures that it consists of recycled materials made from, for example, PET soda bottles, discarded fishnets and used clothes. GRS is the strictest certification for recycled material on the market today and includes rigid controls of especially chemical use and tracking but also working conditions. The whole production chain is controlled, from raw material to the final product. Mini Rodini make children’s clothes and have high demands on their long-term sustainability – both for natures’ sake and the people who manufacture, handle and use their products. It is therefore only natural to ensure their sustainability efforts by using third-party certifications.