A relaxed fit with a dropped shoulder and boxy shape to maximise comfort and movement.
The jacket fastens with 5 matt black press studs and has an oversized pocket to the right.
It features a longer arm to wear turned up and loosen down with fast growing children.
Made from 100% cotton. These jeans have been produced from deadstock denim destined for landfill.
The denim is in its purest form when you first purchase the jacket. After a small handful of wash and wears, the jacket becomes very soft and over time tell the child’s individual story.
Sewn by the Pippins team in Sheffield, England.
Pippins started from a love for denim and a passion for sustainability. After discovering a lack of comfortable and hardwearing denim clothing available for her children, the brand was born. Their jeans are really simple in design with a relaxed fit, and feature a longer leg to wear turned up and drop down as the child grows. Previous customers are still wearing the same pair of jeans over 18 months later. They are made from 100% raw denim sourced from a mill in Italy that is regarded as the greenest denim mill in the world. Their new technology allows them to use 30% less energy, 50% less water, and 70% less chemicals in the dyeing process. Raw denim is crisp with a deep colour and gets buttery soft after a couple of washes, and ages telling each child individual story.