Paul&Shark Re-Wind Block Kipawa 1938 Save the Sea Vest
Re-Wind Block is a sustainable and recycled fabric that comes from the sailing tradition of Paul&Shark.
The ripstop structure is a 3D weaving technique that strengthens and gives lightness and toughness of the fabrics for the sails of the most modern and performing sailing boats.
Kipawa is a gentlemen racer yacht of the Norwegian national class having a waterline of 10 meters and an overall length of 16.40 metres, derived from the 10 metre formula of the convention on International Tonnage.
The elegant vessel was conceived in 1937 by the extraordinary Norwegian designer Christian Jensen and launched in 1938 at the A/S Soon Slip in Son, South-East of Oslo.
SAVE THE SEA
Everyday approximately 8 million pieces of plastic pollution find their way into our oceans.
Plastics consistently make up 60-90% of all marine debris studied.
100 thousand marine mammals and sharks and 1 million sea birds are killed by marine plastic pollution annually.
THE FABRICS, the yarns and the trimmings of this garment have been carefully selected and tested by us in co-operation with the very best manufactures.
THE CONSTRUCTION, the model and the style guarantee hardwearing abilities and provide maximum comfort.
- Full 2-way front zip closure
- 2 front side pockets with zip closure
- Iconic Paul&Shark badge on chest
- Kipawa 1938 logo crest on chest, opposite to Paul&Shark generic badge
- Season: Summer
- 100% Polyester / Lining: 100% Polyester