Our ranges of warm winter jackets and coats are designed with as much care and technique as our iconic raincoats. Flotte creates design and trendy cuts that combine practicality and functionality. Designed to face the cold and the rain in all your adventures, our down jackets and parkas are lined with fleece and are padded with plant-based down.
Coats to face the rain and the cold. Our down jackets and parkas Flotte combine technicality and practicality thanks to numerous features. Our coats are waterproof and designed to keep you dry in the daily rain and to face the cold in color. From classic black to beige, via green, pink, red or white, several versions have been designed to suit most of you.
At Flotte, we use a 100% recycled and certified fabric: the rPET (or recycled polyester). This fiber comes from recycling plastic waste and helps limit greenhouse gas emissions ♻️
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Technical and resistant rainwear
Thanks to the know-how of Flotte, our garments withstand 10mm of water pressure, you don't have to worry about surprise downpours. Our padded jackets are padded with plant-based down and our parka is lined with fleece, so you can also face the cold with confidence. Go on an adventure without fear thanks to our waterproof and double-slider zippers, practical on the bike and protect your personal belongings inside the zipped pockets. Our winter clothes are also windproof and breathable and resistant, enough to accompany you in town and in the mountains.
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Both coats are winter essentials. The down jacket is a quilted jacket filled with down that keeps you warm on the coldest days. It exists with more or less down, more for less thin, long or short... The parka has a waterproof exterior and a lined interior to keep you warm too. At the house of Flotte, the down jacket is reversible and also has a waterproof side. Both coat models are designed to keep you warm and dry, on hikes and in town.
The coats flotte are waterproof. They have the same water resistance as our waterproof jackets: 10 mm water column. They are therefore designed to cope with bad weather.
We strongly advise against using the dryer for your waterproof jacket, as this would damage its protective film. Instead, we recommend that you let your rain jacket dry flat or on a hanger.
On a jacket with water-repellent fabric, rainwater will flow and will not pass through the fabric, unless there is stagnation. The waterproof jacket will not have this problem. To find out more about waterproofing, find all the information here.