Engel - Baby Organic Wool Jacket - Walnut Melange
Engel is one of the original champions of untreated organic merino wool clothes. The wool comes from Merino sheep kept in their natural environment, organically farmed and therefore living a healthy and stress-free life. The usage of pesticides is forbidden both on pastures and on animals. All of Engel’s products are organic (GOTS certfied) and produced in Germany. All the dyestuffs used are free from heavy metals and free from harmful AZO-dyes.
The brands philosophy, which they have pursued from the start, is to provide their customers with high-quality, ecologically compatible, feel-good products which can be bought with a clear conscience and out of conviction.
Renewable raw materials are used and Engel make sure that the finished garments contain no pollutants. They also avoid completely, the use of substances that are harmful to health or the environment during the entire garment production process. Waste is avoided wherever possible.
Engel are committed to fair, safe employment for a fair wage, not only in our own company but throughout all the production stages.
Super soft, comfy and warm. These versatile hooded wool jackets are a winter favourite. Fastening at the front with wooden buttons, these are perfect when out and about in the mid-season. It is great under a jacket/raincoat as the insulating middle layer in the winter, meaning no need for big puffer jackets.
These are fairly generously sized.
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