Black brand label on right upper arm
Toughened, tartan lined cuffs, are button adjustable
Tougher twin needle stitching throughout
Pleated articulation at shoulders and elbows
No flappy labels.
All care info is on an embroidered sewn-in label
Does not require reproofing
Heavyweight British Millerain washable waxed fabric made from pure cotton
Very tough, thorn and abrasion resistant
Resistant to heavy showers, harsh winds and is breathable
Pure brushed cotton flannel tartan lining
Closure via brushed horn Italian buttons throughout
Zipped YKK chest pocket
Hardened stainless steel snaps to close the lower cargo pockets
I know the quality of FRAHM Jackets because I work for them, but you really only do get to understand their calibre when you wear one. They look superb, both on the peg or on the shoulders and they look good because they fit and they do fit well, its not just in the 'sell'.
The ultimate test for me was what the wife thought of it and it passed that test with flying colours. She loves it as much as I do. Roll on the womens range in September!
Was considering a pre-order for next winter but was lucky to find one in stock. Ordered a small as per the Frahm sizing chart and the fit is perfect. The military green colour is very versatile and the small branding on the sleeve gives it a subtle edge. Would recommend.
Bought green and black
Just like the style and feel of it
Subtle brand mark on sleeve is a big plus
Fits perfect and have pre-ordered camo version
Need I say any more, except thank you
This jacket really has surpassed everything I'd expected. Fit and finish it incredible. It's crazy that is really does feel like it was designed for me. When it's on, it fits like a taylor made jacket. Everything from the choice of material, zippers, buttons, stitching etc is immaculate, and you can see the love and attention that's been poured into it... Now stop reading this review and buy one 😁 you won't be disappointed
Like other reviewers I think I was expecting this to be a bit less snug, but once you get your head (and shoulders, and chest) round the fact it's designed to have a slim silhouette and that it does fit just fine, it's all systems go. Immediately threw myself into a stand of brambles to test Nick's assertions - the jacket came out intact but I'm still pulling thorns out of my face so maybe I shouldn't have gone that far. It's warmer than I was expecting - not immediately, but once you get going it is just fine, and having been caught out in the rain it certainly kept me nice and dry. One small whinge is the buttons - one was close to coming off after the first wear and another is coming unthreaded. Because of the button shank and the 'back button' (no idea what it's really called), they're a bit more tricky to sew back on. Close to losing a star as it's not the first Frahm item with a loosely sewn button, but the quality and detail makes up for the inconvenience of finding the right thread and working out which pair of glasses is right for sewing. I've had quite a few compliments whilst out and about (and had to tell someone where I got it) so as well as its practicality, it's a hit with the dog walkers
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