Borga Baby Coverall

A baby coverall with an elastic rib in the back for an enhanced fit. The coverall has two front zippers to make it easy to dress on and of. The coverall has visible reflectives and a detachable hood. The material is waterproof and windproof. PFC-free WR finish.
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Features
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Care Instructions
Features
Fabric:
100% Polyamide Weave, Coating, PFC free WR Finish
Warmth:
65%
Functions:
Adjustable under foot straps
Detach hood
Reflective
Breeze
BREEZE SYSTEM - WINDPROOF
We use this in garments created to withstand wind and light rainfalls. The materials are highly breathable and comfortable to wear. It manages light weather conditions, but should not be worn in heavier weather conditions.
Size Charts

Kids' measurements

How to measure

All measurements are taken directly on the body:

  • A

    Chest

    Measure the widest chest area and around the shoulder blades.

  • B

    Waste

    Measure the smallest area.

  • C

    Seat

    Measure around the widest part of the seat.

  • D

    Inseam

    Measure from the crotch to the floor.

  • E

    Body length

    Measure entire body when standing straight against a wall.

Size chart

Normal width girls/boys

Size in centimeters 80 90 100 110 120 130 140
Age (years) 1 1,5–2 3–4 4–5 6–7 7–8 9–10
A
Chest
49,5 52 54,5 57 59 63 67
B
Waist
47,5 50 52 54 56 57 60
C
Seat
52 54 57,5 60 63 67 72
D
Inseam
30 36 42 48 53,5 59 65

Boots

 

Size chart

Youth and kids - girls and boys

Size X 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35
A
Boot soule inside length
13,5 14 14,7 15,3 16 16,5 17,4 18 18,7 19,3 20 20,8 21,2 21,8 22,6 23,3
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Care Instructions

A 2-layer garment is usually a garment with a loose lining. 

Before washing

Close all buttons, zippers, buckles and velcro. Remove detachable parts, such as synthetic fur and belt. This is to avoid wear and tear, both of these parts but also the rest of the garment. Wash the garment with inside out to reduce wear on the outer fabric. Read the garment's care instruction carefully.

During washing

Wash garment separately the first time. Use a gentle detergent when it is gentler on the garment, particularly for its resistance to water. Avoid fabric softener as this can have a negative impact on the garment's water resistance and can contribute to over-fertilization of our lakes. Choose washing programs and washing temperature according to the garment's care instruction. When hand wash, do not let the garment soak.

After washing

Remove the garment from the washing machine immediately after completed washing program. This is for avoiding color to dye to other parts of the garment. Wring out the garment if necessary to avoid water streaks on the garment. Avoid tumble-drying as this unnecessary wear on the function of the garment. To restore the garment's resistance to water the garment shall be heat-treated after washing. This is done for example by ironing the garment on low, dry heat. Drying clothes in a drying cabinet is not recommended by us because there is often very high temperature in a drying cabinet. It is possible to dry our clothes in a drying cabinet, but not warmer than the recommended washing temperature. That means that 40°C washing temperature is also 40°C during drying in a drying cabinet.

Re-Impregnation

As our garments are impregnated from the beginning it is usually enough to reactivate impregnation with heat after washing. Depending on how much wear the garment has been exposed to, it is sometimes necessary to re-impregnate the garment to keep the garment water resistant. We have no impregnation preparations that we recommend over another. In the most well-stocked sports and adventure stores, you can find suitable impregnation.

In order to preserve our environment and even the clothes, do not wash unnecessarily!