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Heated Puffer Jacket

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No one wants to be cold in Winter right?  You can say no to cold with our amazing Heated Puffer coat featuring heated pads in the back and pockets.  There is nothing like this in Australia - we know as we tried to find one and couldn't so we made it!  It has a unique art lining in collaboration with Indigenous artist Niketa Law who created the most stunning piece of art called Bambrah Winds.  Her inspiration came from the winds that constantly change in her home in the Hinterlands.  It is made from recycled nylon, has an attachable bag, the sleeves can be removed to turn it into a vest, plus lots of hidden pockets.  It also comes in its own bag featuring Niketa's art so you get another bag to use.

The Nano Heating Technology pads are made from carbon nano tube film and created to be soft and lightweight.  You will not know the pads are there!  They have been safety tested by our supplier and we can provide certifcation if required.

You choose how warm you want to be with the touch of a button (inside the coat). All you need to do is attach the cable in the inside pocket to the power pack,  press once for the lowest temperature and up to four times for the highest temperature.  The Dupont filling will keep you really toasty so you don't have to use the heating pads but they are an amazing bonus for those really cold days!

You also get a FREE ultra slim power pack to heat your coat. Due to how batteries are shipped it will come separately to your coat. However you can use any powerpack that fits the cable until it arrives. 

Recyled nylon outer

Recyled poly lining

Removable sleeves

Detachable Bag

Heated Nano Pads

It is really important that you follow our recommendation on how to choose the right size for you.

As you are going to be measuring for a coat we recommend taking your measurements over your regular clothes.  


Chest measurement:  The chest is the most important body part for coat measurements.  Stand up straight, relax your arms at your side.  Ideally ask someone to help - wrap the tape measure around your chest area making sure the tape measure has some room (max 1"/2.54cm) to move.  

If you want the jacket to fit looser you should add an additional inch/cm.  Measure horizontally around the body at the strongest part of the chest.

Hip measurement:  The hip is measured in the same way as above.  Measure horizontally at the widest area.