Podcast #1 - Founder Nick Hussey

Podcast #1 - Founder Nick Hussey

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How our co-founder failed, broke down, then beat his fears to create FRAHM.

Contains swearing & mild amusement.

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Loneliness Versus Being Alone

Loneliness Versus Being Alone

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Having company is nice.

But should it really stand between you and a really nice beef stew?

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FIRST LAUNCH JACKET IMAGES

FIRST LAUNCH JACKET IMAGES

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FRAHM Jacket 1 is inbound. Here are the first images.

We'll launch the rest once we've had a holiday. Because, life.

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WHY CURIOSITY IS SO IMPORTANT TO FRAHM

WHY CURIOSITY IS SO IMPORTANT TO FRAHM

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Curiosity stops the trolling, heals the rift, sees both sides, builds empathy, opens minds, finds solutions, learns, moves on, creates good.

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WHY DOES P*ORNOGRAPHY HAVE TO BE SO GRIM?

WHY DOES P*ORNOGRAPHY HAVE TO BE SO GRIM?

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Why is p*rn always brightly lit, bash bash splash, gynaecological power-play? Is this what we want? What is it doing to us, our children?

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Why we love jackets

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How men feel about jackets, and what we at FRAHM think they should do.

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FRAHM & CHARITY

FRAHM & CHARITY

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We promise to give £10 to charity for every jacket sold. Why?

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JAMIE GALLAGHER - PAINTER

JAMIE GALLAGHER - PAINTER

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The first to line the walls of the pub. Enjoy.

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WHY FRAHM HAS A PUB, NOT A BLOG

WHY FRAHM HAS A PUB, NOT A BLOG

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We made a pub. Pubs are important.

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THE FRAHM BLUEPRINT

THE FRAHM BLUEPRINT

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It's fun designing a company on a blank sheet of paper. 

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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.

 SIZE

CHEST CIRCUMFERENCE RANGE - INCHES

CHEST CIRCUMFERENCE RANGE - CENTIMETRES

Small

36-38"

91-96 cm

Medium

38-40"

96-102 cm

Large

40-42"

102-107 cm

Extra Large (XL)

42-44"

107-112 cm

Extra Extra Large (XXL)

44-46"

112-117 cm

Any questions? Just ask on hello@frahmjacket.com

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