Basil Jacket
Stone Cold Blue
Garment measurements

Garment measurements for EU size

Model: 185 cm tall, wearing size M

Regular fit

The fit with classic measurements that feels just right with a thin top underneath but one that can also accommodate an extra mid-layer underneath if necessary.

Straight shape

The silhouette of this garment is straight in its design.


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This garment is waterproof.
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This garment has no insulating properties.
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This garment has good breathability.
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Two-layer jacket Basil is a garment with attitude. The jacket is great for wearing every day, and its sporty fit and style works just as well on the active days as it does on your way to work. It is fully windproof and waterproof with taped seams and PFC-free water repellent finish. Made of a 50% recycled polyester fabric with mechanical stretch. Printed lining. Available in two lengths.

  • Water Column: 10,000mm
  • Breathability: 4,000 g/m²/24h

Designed in Sweden, produced in China.

Two-way adjustable hood
The hood size can be adjusted in two directions for the best fit.
Two-way frontzip
Open the zip halfway for ventilation and create a slit when needed.
Adjustable hem
Adjust the shape of the garment and keep the heat inside.
Adjustable sleeve ends
Adjust to a desired, snug fit to prevent the cold from seeping in.
Button at inner front placket for ventilation
Holds the garment in place when the zip is opened for ventilation.
Chin guard
Soft brushed material for extra comfort and softness against the chin.
Fixed hood
Hood attached to the garment to protect from the elements.
Zipped inner pocket
Pocket inside with zip closing for keeping items close and safe.
One hand adjustable hood
Adjust the hood size in two directions with a one-hand adjusting point.
Reflective details
Reflective details to be visible in the dark.
Covered front zip
The front zip is covered to protect from the weather.

Water-saving dyeing process

In order to minimise the use of water in our production process, since 2015 we have been using a technique known as “solution dyeing” for dyeing certain of our synthetic materials. This process involves adding colour pigments at the initial stage of producing the yarn. This dyeing technique saves up to 80% water compared to conventionally dyed fabric in the same material.