The Jean Coat Loden is an exceptional and heavy winter piece. Crafted from 100% Lodensteiner wool, the coat is densely woven to achieve a high-performance and weather-resistant effect through construction - without the use of any artificial components.
With its classic uniform inspired shape, Jean is made for perennial wear and features a high collar, convenient side pockets, architectural sleeves, and a classic back slit. Available exclusively in undyed and natural colors.
The Jean is designed for a relaxed fit inspired by classic uniform and menswear pieces. Choose your regular size, or size down for a less oversized look.
Fabric & Fit:
Shipping rates & delivery to Europe:
GLS courier service – 15€
Standard delivery time: 2-4 days
International shipping rates & delivery time (outside EU):
UPS – 25 €
Standard delivery time is 3-6 days. Packages may be delayed in customs, and AIAYU cannot be held accountable for this. Please note that for all orders shipped to customers outside EU, the recipient is liable to pay any local taxes and import duties that may occur upon delivery.
For UK customers: please see Delivery Information for further details.
Made from 100% Lodensteiner wool.
Originally developed in Austria, Lodensteiner wool is a 100% wool fabric that is carefully constructed for a high-performance and weather-resistant effect that is all-natural. From choosing the wool to the careful processing of the fibers, each piece is affectionately crafted to create a product of the highest quality and functionality. Loden has many benefits: it is naturally water-repellent, wind-repellent, breathable, odor inhibiting, and flame retardant, making it a natural choice to brave the colder seasons with.
The Lodensteiner wool comes in a natural, undyed color range, meaning that the shade of the raw fiber has not been altered or processed in any way. The color you see is all-natural – with every nuance and perfect imperfection that this entails.
Provided with the right care, a Lodensteiner wool piece can last a lifetime. There are many types of stains and many ways to remove them, we refer to Lodensteiner’s own stain chart for care instructions via this link: