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Based on the original Icer jacket in cashmere which was chosen by the Rossignol Racing Team for the 2000 Alpine Skiing World Cup in Bormio
Naturally follows the skier’s movements
Classic fit which can be adjusted using the waist drawstring
Detachable double collar in knitted cashmere and suede
Dual fastening with zip and hidden press studs
Flap that opens at the waist
Thermal inner lining
Lined diagonal pockets
Three internal pockets to hold ski pass and mobile phone
Semi-elastic cuffs with velcro fastenings
Length: 77 cm
Shell - Composition: 100% vicuña
Lining - Composition: 100% polyester
Padding: 100% polyester
Details: 100% suede (goatskin)

Icer

Product details

Based on the original Icer jacket in cashmere which was chosen by the Rossignol Racing Team for the 2000 Alpine Skiing World Cup in Bormio
Naturally follows the skier’s movements
Classic fit which can be adjusted using the waist drawstring
Detachable double collar in knitted cashmere and suede
Dual fastening with zip and hidden press studs
Flap that opens at the waist
Thermal inner lining
Lined diagonal pockets
Three internal pockets to hold ski pass and mobile phone
Semi-elastic cuffs with velcro fastenings
Length: 77 cm
Shell - Composition: 100% vicuña
Lining - Composition: 100% polyester
Padding: 100% polyester
Details: 100% suede (goatskin)

dry clean only with hydrocarbons. Warm iron.

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Vicuña

Vicuña, the finest animal fibre that can be found in the wild, is Loro Piana’s most exclusive offering.

Known as The Fibre of the Gods, this golden, ultra-soft fleece derives from a small member of the camel family that lives wild in the Andes: the vicuña.

A vicuña can only be sheared once every two years, and a total of five times during their life. The extreme rarity of the material has made the species vulnerable to poachers who try to obtain their prized fleece.

Due to Loro Piana’s tireless efforts to protect and nurture this extraordinary creature, the once threatened vicuña population has slowly recovered and is now thriving in Peru and Argentina.