This quilted liner is minimalist and refined to the essential. A thin layer of warmth with a rain-resistant exterior, two large patch pockets and hidden raw earth magnets for an overlapping front closure. The Liner is a truly versatile all-season piece. The unisex straight cut has a tapered sleeve and a subtle drop shoulder. The sleeve length is slightly shorter than on all of our coats for a better fit when layered. Designed as separate lightweight insulation to wear under the M65 raincoat, The Liner is also stylish and functional worn alone - for men and women. Lightly insulated with a thin layer of luxurious eiderdown. Made of 8oz classic waxed cotton with a soft matt finish and a subtle patina that will develop over time.
Sizes XXS, XS & S are true to size for women.
Size M, L & XL are true to size for men.
Model is 5.5'' ft. 120lbs / 168 cm 55 Kg. Wearing size XXS.
Recommended for temperatures: -5°C to 20° C / 23°F to 68°F
Windproof - Rainproof - Lighlty insulated
100% Made in Montréal, Canada.
Olmsted parkas are made to order and handcrafted in our own workshop located in Montréal, Canada.
Orders will ship within 10 -15 days from order date.
You can return any item purchased on Olmsted's online store within 20 days of the delivery date. Your Return labels are included with your order for easy shipping.
Founded on a quest to re-imagine northern climate outerwear, Olmsted eschews polymers selecting the best sustainably sourced natural fibres to promote biodegradability and minimize impact – all the while providing a luxurious weather-resistant coat.
In the St.Lawrence Estuary, the sustainable harvest of eiderdown establishes an extraordinary partnership between humans and eider. The benefits derived from the harvest have led to the acquisition, protection and conservation of several nesting islands in the St.Lawrence estuary.
Olmsted coats are made to order and carefully crafted in our workshop located at the mountain's footstep, in Outremont's neighbourhood of Montréal, Canada. Responsible for designing Montreal's beloved Mount Royal Park, Frederick Law Olmsted's legacy is a constant inspiration.