Luhkka No. 3 is a knee-length, reversible cape inspired by one of the Sami culture’s traditional garments. This Numbers version has an outer side in G-1000 Eco, made from recycled polyester and organic cotton, and is lined with exclusive Shetland wool from the renowned British cloth mill Abraham Moon. A stylish outer garment for autumn and spring, but it can also be worn over a shell jacket for extra warmth on cold winter days.
Luhkka No. 3 has a fixed adjustable hood and zippered, half-length front opening. On the G-1000 side there is a large kangaroo pocket with an inside pocket for a mobile phone and zippers at the openings. The woollen side also has a spacious kangaroo pocket that is perfect to warm hands in. Press buttons at the wrists hold the cape in place when you move about. Zipper pullers and details in natural-toned leather.
G-1000 fabric is wind and water resistant and can be waxed with Greenland Wax for extra weather resistance, something that also lengthens the life span of an already very durable garment. The woollen side is also water resistant, hardwearing and pliant with excellent insulating properties. The fabric and details were chosen to minimise their impact on the environment – for example most of the leather details are made from spill leather – and to make it easy to replace exposed details after years of use.
Luhkka No. 3 is part of the Fjällräven Numbers collection.