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Regular price $645.00 USD
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A fashionable raincoat specifically designed for childcare. It adds a sophisticated look to parents wearing a baby carrier.

Made with special attention to detail to the front and shoulder areas, the buttons were designed to be fastened over a baby carrier. Remove the padded liner vest to wear it on its own when nursing.

Made of water- and oil-repellent material that protects against light rain and baby dribble. The long length protects parents and babies from rain and mud. Stand out on night roads by revealing the traffic safety reflector on the inside of the collar.

The bold white color is highly visible, making it easy for children to find. Gender-free construction means that this was designed to be shared between parents.

Subtly inspired by classic French military uniforms, this coat is perfect for rainy days, riding a bicycle, or commuting to work. Pair it with the CHRYSALIS HAT for a unified outfit on rainy days. Designed for long-term use, it stays fashionable long after the baby has grown up.


Shell: 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton
Lining: 100% Polyester
Padding: 100% Polyester



BODY LENGTH: 47.25 in. / 120 cm
BODY WIDTH: 53.5 in. / 136 cm
BOTTOM WIDTH: 67.75 in. / 172 cm
SLEEVE WIDTH: 14.5 in. / 30 cm
BELT LENGTH(RELAXED): 75 in. / 190 cm
SHOULDER WIDTH: 11.75 in. / 37 cm

Garment sizes are the measurements of the actual garment.
Fitting will vary, even for garments which are the same size.
Depending on the characteristics of the fabric used, there would be an error within 1-2 centimeter. (+1-2cm)

Care Instructions

Do not rub.
Do not bleach, the colors may change.
Iron with a cloth between theIron and the garment.
Shape the garment and hang dry in the shade.
Do not leave sweat or stains on the fabric, but treat them immediately.
Do not tumble dry.
Please be careful not to snag on other items.
This product has a water-repellent finish, but it may become less effective over time.

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