Our NAVY funnel neck sweatshirt will keep you super warm on the chilly winter days while being super comfy and having a cool pattern.
- high neck with lining
- soft and fluffy surface inside
- ribbed hem
- raglan sleeve
- woven cotton label
Made of GOTS certified fabrics: 100% certified organic cotton Designed and handmade in Budapest, Hungary. * Our online pricing applies to online purchases only and therefore we can not guarantee the same prices in the stores.
|S||72 cm||59 cm||49 cm|
|M||75 cm||62 cm||53 cm|
Sleeve length: measure it from the shoulder seam along the sleeve to cuff edge (end of the cuffs)
Lenght: measure it from centre back neck to the bottom end
Chest: measure it at the area where the arm meets the body
CARE FOR YOUR JUMPER
Please only wash, if needed! Washing and centrifuging affects the most the condition of garments!
Please always check the care labels of our garments. Machine wash in cold or warm water with environmentally friendly laundry detergents if possible. Conventional cotton apparel is generally treated with chemicals like sodium hydroxide, chlorine, formaldehyde, iron, tin, potassium, bromines or even halogenes to create easy care clothing that is soft, wrinkle-resistant, stain and odor resistant, fireproof, mothproof, anti-static etc.
Organic cotton is not treated with any of these toxic chemicals, that’s why it’s a little bit more sensitive for example to temperature, so in high heat it is possible for the cotton to shrink 2-5%. Shrinkage is worse for the lengths of the garments and is less noticeable for widths. To avoid it, please only wash at 30°C, inside out to care for the surface, and don’t forget to reshape it after the first wash, while it’s still dry.
Hang dry or dry flat, if possible outside in the shade or in the Sun (depending on the design), and inside out, to keep the colour for long. Please do not use a dryer, because high temperatures could affect the fit, and as organic cotton is not treated with chemicals to be wrinkle-resistant, it may get crumpled. Save energy and use natural resources like wind and Sun to dry your garments in the garden if possible.