Below is a simple summary of which garments are waterproof based on a three-level scale. We have formulated our waterproofness scale based on the waterproofness of the material, whether the garment has taped or welded seams, and how the garment is constructed.
Not waterproof - This garment is not waterproof and will not repel rain.
Water-repellent - This garment is water-repellent and will repel light rain for a short length of time.
Waterproof - This garment is fully waterproof, both material and construction.
Below is a simple summary of the breathability of our garments.
No breathability - This garment has a low capacity for transporting moisture in the form of water vapour, which means that you may experience a damp, clammy feeling if you plan to wear the garment for any significant level of physical activity.
Breathability - This garment has been made from a material that has the capacity to allow water vapour to pass through.
Mechanical breathability - This garment offers mechanical breathability, which means that we have incorporated one or more vents into the garment so that air can pass through. These vents are carefully positioned, so that water cannot penetrate the garment.
What we know best – 100% waterproofness. Everything from the fabric, to the design, construction and details of the garment is made with our knowledge in how to create True waterproofness. All our products with STORMsystem™ are made to withstand the harshest weather conditions and will keep you dry from the outside elements.
Today we are facing new challenges where it is more about protecting the water from humans than the opposite. We love water. That means we want to save it.
We have created the unisex Odin parka in a limited edition of 150 pieces, as an homage to everyone working to make tomorrow a place to live. Organizations and people working hard under the surface, without getting proper credit. All our profit from the limited edition Odin parka will be donated to Water Aid, the organization working for equality of access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene.
The Odin parka is putting water in focus with a decorative and informative print on the chest. The parka’s material is Galon®, a 100% waterproof, PVC-free material that does not require any water-repellent finish, saving the water from adding more chemicals. A garment made in Galon® can be wiped off with a damp cloth instead of having to wash it, saving approximately 2000 litres of water when kept and worn for 20 years. Odin’s solution-dyed lining requires 19 litres less water per item compared to traditional dyeing methods.
Odin has a regular fit. The parka is fully waterproof and windproof with all seams welded for a 100% waterproof construction. It has a ventilation oak at the back and several pockets with WR zippers on the exposed ones.
Designed in Sweden, produced in China.
Tricky to know which size to pick? The measurements in the size charts for men are given in centimetres. Remember that you only need to go by chest measurement for jackets and tops, and hip and waist measurements for bottoms.
|Size (EU)||29" (XS)||30"-31" (S)||32"-33" (M)||34"-36" (L)|
|Inside leg length||80||82||84||85|
We have received feedback from customers that our clothing corresponds well with the measurements in the size charts. However, no bodies look the same and some garments are designed for a snug fit, while others have a looser fit. Depending on the design of the item, the fit may therefore differ. The product descriptions for the garments inform which fits they have, and they are one of the below.
Our most common fit with classic measurements and space for an extra layer underneath when needed.
The relaxed fit is for you who don’t want a too close-fitting garment, nor an oversized, voluminous design.
If your measurements fall between two sizes, we recommend opting for the smaller size if you want a more snug fit and the large size for a looser fit.
Using a tape measure, measure directly against your body in centimetres to determine your size. In order to pick the correct size for jackets and tops, you should take your chest measurement. In order to pick the correct size for bottoms, go by your hip and waist measurements. Range of movement is already taken into account.
Measure over the fullest part of your bust and over the shoulder blades. Go by this measurement when selecting jackets and tops.
Measure your waist at the narrowest point. If you want to know what size to choose for bottoms, go by your hip measurement first of all. Waist measurement is secondary.
Measure around your hips at the widest point, which is roughly 20 cm below your waist.
Inside leg length is measured from the crotch down to the floor.
No one feels comfortable in footwear that is too big or too small. In order to make it easier for you to find your size, you need to measure based on the internal length of the sole. Measure your foot from heel to big toe to determine the correct size.
|Internal length of sole (cm)||26,8||27,4||28,0||28,6||29,3||30,0|
It can sometimes be tricky to know what size you need in order to keep your hands warm. You need to measure the length of your hand from your wrist to the tip of your middle finger (A). Measure around your hand, not including the thumb (B). The measurements are given in centimetres.
You need to measure the circumference of your head at its widest point, roughly one centimetre above your eyebrows and eyes. Don’t pull the tape measure too tight. If the measurement falls between two whole centimetres, round up to the larger size. No tape measure? In that case, you can measure using a length of string, and then measure it against a ruler or folding rule. The circumference of the head is measured in centimetres.
|Circumference of head||54||56||58||60||62|
Do you have any questions regarding size or fit? Please contact us.