Podcast #1 - Nick Hussey

Podcast #1 - Nick Hussey

14, August, 2018

The FRAHM Jacket Podcast is all about exploring life and whatever that may bring. It's not really about jackets at all, though our versatile jackets are handy for all kinds of exploration.

We made a podcast! Nick had been revving up to it for months, and finally got the urge on the A303 on the way to London a few weeks ago. It's quite the rollercoaster.

To kick off, he sets the scene of how the failure of his previous venture - Vulpine and mental breakdown, became the spur for a (touch wood) better, more balanced life, applying everything he's learnt.

He is brutally honest with you, and himself. Initial feedback from friends is it's a fantastic and entertaining story, with moments of real emotional pain, but also welcome silliness.

This podcast defines FRAHM almost perfectly. 

Listen if you're potential or existing FRAHM customer of course, but it's require listening for entrepreneurs and anyone who wonders how to get through life.

We think it's fun, inspiring, thought provoking and rather shareable.

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FRAHM Size Guide

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We cut our jackets for movement. We've subtly altered classic tailoring with fabric darts, more room in the shoulders and longer arms. This makes them useful for cycling, hiking or evading velociraptors.

If you are very tall, or want to wear heavy layers (like thick jumpers) under your jacket, go for the size up. But they're not cut tight, so a normal sweater underneath will be fine.

Your best guide to size is your favourite existing jacket or suit jacket. Otherwise, wrap a tape measure around the widest part of your chest and shoulders (no tensing), underneath your armpits.






91-96 cm



96-102 cm



102-107 cm

Extra Large (XL)


107-112 cm

Extra Extra Large (XXL)


112-117 cm

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