Fabric research and treatment
DAVID-TC DOWN: Long down parka in David-TC Down. Beginning with a star-shaped cross-section Japanese polyester/polyamide substrate, garments in David-TC are sewn and then simultaneously garment dyed and treated with an anti-drop agent. During the dye process, under pressure at 130°C, the fabric undergoes heat-induced compression, radically transforming its texture and construction for a truly unique tactile effect. The finished garment is engineered to be then filled with premium feathers. RDS – Responsible Down Standard certified.
Down-filled hood with overstitched flap covered by detachable shaved sheepskin; elasticized contour drawstring. Chinstrap with hook fastening. Raglan sleeves. One boxed bellows chest pocket, with flap and button fastening. Hand pockets with large slanting flap with two button fastenings. Drawstring at waist. Stone Island badge on the left sleeve. Adjustable strap at cuffs, held by buttons. Two-way metal zipper closure, hidden by double placket held by buttons, the outer placket with overstitched motif.