Sunday, 21 October 2018
Review

Ten-C Nastrato Anorak – Review

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Nastrato Orange

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ten-C Nastrato Anorak

Features include

· Two side pockets
· Underarm vents
· Front zip closure
· Adjustable cuffs and hemline
· 100% Nylon

Oh boy, these Ten C anoraks are gorgeous. Based on a 1960’s Canadian anorak from Paul Harvey’s archive, this anorak comes in Orange, Grey, Blue, Black and Green. I’m torn here between the orange one and the blue. The orange is contrasted beautifully with a silver lining, whereas the blue has a lovely baby blue liner. These are so nice you might have to buy one in each colour. They are also designed to be worn with a quilted lining or the felted wool hood liner to give added protection and flexibility.
The fabric Bastrato which Ten C have developed is a 3-layer nylon construction using a breathable and waterproof membrane. It is fully taped to ensure its waterproof. And that chin cover with the three buttons. Oh My! Hand finished in Italy,  I love it. Im sure you will love it too.

And if you love a bargain you can get it half price at Stuarts London right now, down from £425 to £212.50 but sizes are limited so be quick!

Do you love it as much as we do? Let us know what you think.

2 Comments

  1. IThis looks like the perfect jacket to take with you on a camping trip or on a trip overseas. Of course I’d buy the other liners so that if weather changes happen, and we all know how likely that is, we can add the appropriate layer to stay warmer. I think it’s great that it has a wool liner for the really colder climates. Also the fact that it’s waterproof is great, so you know if it starts raining you won’t have to dig in your pack for your rain poncho, because this will work, and it won’t damage the fabric. I’m going to have to get one while it’s on sale

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