BAZZANO LEATHER

Bazzano Leather is Italian full grain calfskin leather aniline dyed with a deep lustre, and a matte finish. m0851’s Bazzano leather is produced by a highly qualified Italian tannery, established in 1967, with a “Gold Rated” environmental performance.

Bazzano Leather in a few words:

  1. HANG TAG CODE: LBZ
  2. Natural leather with little or no surface coating;
  3. Extremely lightweight,
  4. Beautiful natural characteristics, naked, flat and soft to the touch;
  5. Superior resilience,
  6. Windproof.
  7. Used in 0.3 mm, 0.5mm AND 0.7mm thicknesses for garments only.

 

A FEW FACTS & RECOMMENDATIONS IN CARING FOR BAZZANO LEATHER

  1. Wipe off any surface dirt with a soft damp cloth. Do not spot clean; wipe down the whole section stitch to stitch to avoid color variations and spotting.
  2. In order to keep the leather’s matte finish, we do not recommend the use of m0851 Leather Cleaner or Protector on your Bazzano garment.
  3. Remember that Bazzano leather is not water resistant or waterproof. To protect your Bazzano leather garment from any water or moisture-related damage, we recommend you spray it with TANA SPRAY #16. Frequency depends on use. The more your leather good is exposed to wear and tear and the elements (rain, snow, dirt, body oils, etc.), the more it requires regular applications of Tana Leather Protector #16.
  4. Bazzano leather has been deep-dyed for a rich, long-lasting color. Please be aware that these rich dyes may transfer onto light colored clothing if wet or humid or at the time of initial wear. To minimize the potential of color transfer, we recommend regular use of Tana Leather Protector #16.
  5. Note that red dyes do not set as well as other colors in Bazzano, and therefore present a higher risk of color variation when wet or after the leather is wiped down. We recommend spraying with  Tana Leather Protector #16 before initial use and regularly as it is known to help set red dyes.

 

KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Do not wash
  2. Do not dryclean
  3. Do not bleach
  4. Do not force dry; do not tumble dry
  5. Do not starch
  6. Do not Iron
  7. Avoid harsh cleaners or abrasive soap or detergent or greasy substances such as alcohol, wax and mink oils; this will distress and clog the leather’s pores.

 

WHAT KIND OF LINING  IS USED WITH BAZZANO LEATHER?

The lining is a fabric woven, dyed and finished in Belgium called PIUMI.

Content: 100% fine gauge, highly resilient, lightweight polyamide POLYAMIDE microfiber.

The lining has a TEFLON coating for added water-resistance, stain protection and quick drying.

 

KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE LINING

  1. Remove dust and dirt from the lining with damp cloth and gentle non-abrasive soap.
  2. Do not bleach;
  3. Lay flat to dry;
  4. Do not iron;
  5. Do not dry clean.

 

STORING YOUR BAZZANO PRODUCTS 

  1. All your m0851 leather goods should be stored in the m0851 garment/dust bag provided at the time of purchase - in a place away from direct sunlight or harsh artificial light.
  2. Leather goods should be stored in a cool, dry place.  
  3. Do not store in a plastic bag/garment bag. Even a small amount of moisture can result in mildew or mold developing.
  4. Do not hang your jacket by the Center Back as this adds stress to the leather and could result in stretching or deforming. 
 

BLACKBOARD LEATHER

Blackboard is a full grain Italian calf skin leather with a waxed finish creating a rugged, two-tone look. The surface of m0851’s Blackboard leather is finished with a natural, transparent wax which results in a thin white glaze. With use and wear, the white surface wax fades, allowing the darker base color of the leather to become more visible whilst acquiring an attractive patina that adds to its distressed, vintage look. Blackboard leather was introduced in the collection 6 years ago. It is only used for bags and accessories.

BLACKBOARD LEATHER IN A FEW WORDS

  1. HANG TAG CODE: BBB (bags), ABB (accessories).
  2. Rugged, sturdy, textured, vintage look, waxed finish.
  3. Blackboard leather changes with time & wear gaining in character and charm.
  4. In some of the unlined bags, the back of the leather has been vacuumed and resin coated to diminish any chances of color transfer.

 

A FEW FACTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS IN CARING FOR BLALACKBOARD LEATHER

1.  Full grain Blackboard leather does not require any specific maintenance or protection.

2. We do not recommend applying a leather protector to this leather. Application of product to this leather will only remove the wax leaving the base leather color apparent. The characteristic vintage charm will be erased.

3. To remove or diminish the visiblity of unwanted stains or markings, manipulate or rub the area gently to resurface the wax. The leather will return to its accentuated distressed look.

  1. Do not spot clean; wipe down the whole section stitch to stitch to avoid color variations and spotting.
  2. Blackboard has been deep-dyed for a rich, long-lasting color. Please be aware that these rich dyes may transfer onto light colored clothing if wet or humid or at the time of initial wear.

 

KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Do not wash
  2. Do not dry clean
  3. Do not bleach
  4. Do not force dry; do not tumble dry
  5. Do not starch
  6. Do not Iron

 

WHAT KIND OF LINING IS USED WITH BLACKBOARD LEATHER?

 SOME BAGS ARE LINED WITH PIUMI. The lining is a fabric woven, dyed and finished in Belgium called PIUMI.

Content: 100% fine gauge, highly resilient, lightweight polyamide POLYAMIDE microfiber. The lining has a TEFLON coating for added water-resistance, stain protection and quick drying.

KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PIUMI LINING

  1. Remove dust and dirt from the lining with damp cloth and gentle non-abrasive soap.
  2. Do not bleach;
  3. Lay flat to dry;
  4. Do not iron;
  5. Do not dry clean.

 

SOME BAGS ARE NOT LINED. Their interior is the inside face of the leather, buffed to avoid peeling.  No specific care is required.

 

STORAGE

  1. All your m0851 leather goods should be stored in the m0851 garment/dust bag provided at the time of purchase - in a place away from direct sunlight or harsh artificial light.
  2. Leather goods should be stored in a cool, dry place.  
  3. Do not store in a plastic bag/garment bag. Even a small amount of moisture can result in mildew or mold developing.
  4. Do not hang your bag by the straps or handles as this adds stress to the leather and could result in stretching or deforming.
 

BROOKLYN LEATHER

M0851’s Brooklyn leather comes from a British tannery established in 1826, specialized in supplying glovemakers with waterproof and washable leathers. The leather’s smooth hand and deep color is enhanced by the surface coating of waxes and oils. During the tanning process, a silicon polymer is added to the mix, resulting in a leather with durable water-resistant characteristics.

BROOKLYN LEATHER IN A FEW WORDS:

  1. HANG TAG CODES: BBR; BBR; BBV
  2. Highly water-resistant
  3. Beautiful natural characteristics complete with color variations
  4. Slightly textured to the touch
  5. Superior resilience
  6. Used exclusively to manufacture bags & accessories.

 

A FEW FACTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS IN CARING FOR BROOKLYN LEATHER

  1. Wipe off any surface dirt with a soft damp cloth with Leather Protector. Do not spot clean; wipe down the whole section stitch to stitch to avoid color variations and spotting.
  2. Regularly remove dust and dirt to prevent permanent stains. This will also revitalize and revive the color of the leather.
  3. Use m0851 Leather Protector for deeper stains. Do not spot clean; wipe down the whole section stitch to stich to avoid color variations and spotting.
  1. Frequency depends on use. The more your leather good is exposed to wear and tear and the elements (rain, snow, dirt, body oils, etc.), the more it requires regular conditioning.

 

KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Do not wash
  2. Do not dry clean
  3. Do not bleach
  4. Do not force dry; do not tumble dry
  5. Do not starch
  6. Do not Iron

 

WHAT KIND OF LINING IS USED WITH BROOKLYN LEATHER?

SOME BROOKLYN LEATHER BAGS ARE LINED WITH PIUMI. The lining is a fabric woven, dyed and finished in Belgium called PIUMI.

Content: 100% fine gauge, highly resilient, lightweight polyamide POLYAMIDE microfiber. The lining has a TEFLON coating for added water-resistance, stain protection and quick drying.

 KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PIUMI LINING

  1. Remove dust and dirt from the lining with damp cloth and gentle non-abrasive soap.
  2. Do not bleach;
  3. Lay flat to dry;
  4. Do not iron;
  5. Do not dry clean.

 

SOME BROOKLYN LEATHER BAGS ARE NOT LINED

 Their interior is the inside face of the leather, buffed to avoid peeling.  No specific care is required.

 

STORAGE

  1. Remove any surface dust, dirt and moisture with a clean damp cloth.
  2. Apply a light layer of leather conditioner to recondition the leather (recommended once a year, if the garment is not being used). Wait at least 30 minutes to let the leather absorb the conditioner and dry.
  3. All your m0851 leather goods should be stored in the m0851 garment/dust bag provided at the time of purchase - in a place away from direct sunlight or harsh artificial light.
  4. Leather goods should be stored in a cool, dry place.  
  5. Do not store in a plastic bag/garment bag. Even a small amount of moisture can result in mildew or mold developing.
  6. Do not hang your bag by the straps or handles as this adds stress to the leather and could result in stretching or deforming.
 

MITTI LEATHER

Thanks to a carefully curated partnership with Indian leather experts specialized in hand-made garments made from washed leather, and combining individual craftsmanship with innovative leather garment washing, m0851 is able to bring you a jacket that fits like a second skin. This m0851 exclusive is made from semi-vegetable tanned lambskin hides.

Each garments is made from start to finish by one craftsman with particular attention. The garment is then washed to create the grain and crinkle resulting in its distinct vintage look. Each piece is then waxed by hand to create the distressed two-tone effect.

Mitti Leather in a few words:

  1. HANG TAG CODE: LVL
  2. Handcrafted;
  3. Exclusive to m0851;
  4. Used in 0.6cm & 0.7cm thicknesses exclusively for garments; , each pieces are unique.

 

A FEW FACTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS IN CARING FOR MITTI LEATHER

  1. Wipe off any surface dirt with a soft damp cloth. Do not spot clean; wipe down the whole section stitch to stitch to avoid color variations and spotting.
  2. Regularly remove dust and dirt to prevent permanent stains. This will also revitalize and revive the color of the leather.
  3. Use m0851 Leather Cleaner for deeper stains. Do not spot clean; wipe down the whole section stitch to stitch using a damp cloth and Leather Cleaner to avoid color variations and spotting.
  4. Always use the m0851 Leather Protector to recondition the leather after using the m0851 Leather Cleaner. Again, make sure to wipe down entire section stitch to stitch with a damp cloth and Leather Protector. Both products need to be used together, as the cleaner strips away some of the protective layer of the leather. Leather Protector reconditions it.
  5. Frequency depends on use. The more your leather good is exposed to wear and tear and the elements (rain, snow, dirt, body oils, etc.), the more it requires regular conditioning.
  6. Mitti leather has been deep-dyed for a rich, long-lasting color. Please be aware that these rich dyes may transfer onto light colored clothing if wet or humid or at the time of initial wear. To minimize the potential of color transfer, we recommend regular use of Tana Leather Protector #16.

 

KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Do not wash;
  2. Do not dryclean;
  3. Do not bleach;
  4. Do not force dry; do not tumble dry;
  5. Do not starch;
  6. Do not Iron;
  7. Avoid harsh cleaners or abrasive soap or detergent or greasy substances such as alcohol, wax and mink oils; this will distress and clog the leather’s pores.

 

WHAT KIND OF LINING IS USED WITH MITTI LEATHER?

  1. The lining is 100% acetate
  2. It is woven, dyed and finished in China.

 

KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE ACETATE LINING

  1. Remove dust and dirt from the lining by wiping down with a damp cloth and non-abrasive soap; this will prevent irremovable stains (liquid detergent can be used for hard to remove stains).
  2. Do not bleach;
  3. Lay flat to dry;
  4. Do not iron;
  5. Do not dry clean.

 

STORAGE

  1. Remove any surface dust, dirt and moisture with a clean damp cloth
  2. Apply a light layer of leather conditioner to recondition the leather (recommended once a year, if the garment is not being used). Wait at least 30 minutes to let the leather absorb the conditioner and dry.
  3. All your m0851 leather goods should be stored in the m0851 garment/dust bag provided at the time of purchase - in a place away from direct sunlight or harsh artificial light.
  1. Leather goods should be stored in a cool, dry place.  
  2. Do not store in a plastic bag/garment bag. Even a small amount of moisture can result in mildew or mold developing.
  3. Do not hang your jacket by the Center Back as this adds stress to the leather and could result in stretching or deforming. 
 

MONTANA LEATHER

Montana is a semi-aniline dyed, full-grain bovine leather, engineered to acquire a smooth and refined surface with a perfect balance of pliability and durability. The natural sheen on the surface is obtained by wax polish, which will allow Montana leather to soften and acquire a beautiful surface patina with time and wear.

Montana leather is produced by an award-winning European tannery based in the Netherlands established in 1985. We share their passion for raw material and design and their highly progressive approach to innovation. Montana leather has been in the collection for nearly 5 years. It is only used to produce bags and accessories exclusively.

 

MONTANA LEATHER IN A FEW WORDS:

  1. HANG TAG CODE: BMO, AMO
  2. Natural leather with little or no surface coating;
  3. Structured & strong;
  4. Soft, smooth hand;
  5. Sophisticated & resilient;
  6. Used to make bags and accessories exclusively.

 

A FEW FACTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS IN CARING FOR MONTANA LEATHER

 

  1. Montana leather is a natural leather, with little or no surface coating, sensitive to the effects of moisture. It is not water-resistant. We recommend applying Tana Leather Protector # 16 (follow applications instructions on product) before initial use and regularly after that – up to once a month if the leather item is exposed to the elements daily.
  2. Revitalizing your leather after exposure to moisture:
    • Promptly wipe down with a clean dry cloth;
    • Lay the leather product flat on a towel until completely dry;
    • When dry, apply a gentle leather conditioner or m0851 Leather Protector to soften and revitalize the leather;
    • Let the product dry naturally after the treatment
  1. Regularly remove dust and dirt with a soft cloth to prevent permanent stains. This will also revitalize and revive the color of the leather.
  2. Use m0851 Leather Protector for deeper stains. Do not spot clean; wipe down the whole section stitch to stich to avoid color variations and spotting.
  3. With time, wear and exposure to light, vivid colors may gradually darken. This is regarded as a natural feature of the leather.
  4. Despite the natural resilience of the Montana leather finishing, marks may appear with time and wear. Use Leather Protector to diminish and maintain the leather.
  5. Note that red dyes do not set as well as other colors in Montana. This results in a higher risk of color variation when wet or cleaning.

 

KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Do not wash;
  2. Do not dry clean;
  3. Do not bleach;
  4. Do not force dry; do not tumble dry;
  5. Do not starch;
  6. Do not Iron;
  7. Avoid harsh cleaners or abrasive soap or detergent or greasy substances such as alcohol, wax and mink oils; this will distress and clog the leather’s pores.

 

WHAT KIND OF LININGS ARE USED WITH MONTANA LEATHER?

 

SOME MONTANA LEATHER BAGS ARE LINED WITH PIUMI. The lining is a fabric woven, dyed and finished in Belgium called PIUMI.

Content: 100% fine gauge, highly resilient, lightweight polyamide microfiber.

The lining has a TEFLON coating for added water-resistance, stain protection and quick drying.

 KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PIUMI LINING

  1. Remove dust and dirt from the lining with damp cloth and gentle non-abrasive soap.
  2. Do not bleach;
  3. Lay flat to dry;
  4. Do not iron;
  5. Do not dry clean.

 

SOME MONTANA LEATHER BAGS ARE LINED WITH KIP LEATHER. Kip is a pig leather that kept its natural tan color. It is not the reverse side of the leather.

Some of our Montana bags are lined with Kip Leather which may absorb some of the color of the interior patch pocket, pen marks, and may absorb finer oils with time.

 KEY INSTRUCTIONS FOR KIP LINING 

  1. To clean the Kip lining of your leather product, use m0851 Leather Protector.
  2. Do not use TANA leather protector spray or any other leather care products on Kip leather lining.

 

SOME MONTANA LEATHER BAGS ARE NOT LINED.  Their interior is the inside face of the leather, buffed to avoid peeling.  No specific care is required.

 

STORAGE

  1. Remove any surface dust, dirt and moisture with a clean damp cloth.
  2. Apply a light layer of leather conditioner to recondition the leather (recommended once a year, if the garment is not being used). Wait at least 30 minutes to let the leather absorb the conditioner and dry.
  3. All your m0851 leather goods should be stored in the m0851 garment/dust bag provided at the time of purchase - in a place away from direct sunlight or harsh artificial light.
  4. Leather goods should be stored in a cool, dry place.  
  5. Do not store in a plastic bag/garment bag. Even a small amount of moisture can result in mildew or mold developing.
  6. Do not hang your bag by the straps or handles as this adds stress to the leather and could result in stretching or deforming.

  

WATERDANKA LEATHER

Waterdanka is a highly water-resistant Italian full-grain leather of bovine origin. m0851’s Waterdanka leather is produced by a highly qualified Italian tannery, established in 1967, with a “Gold Rated” environmental performance.

It has been in the collection since 2011 and is only used to a produce a few styles of leather jackets, handmade in Montreal.

 

WATERDANKA LEATHER IN A FEW WORDS

  1. HANG TAG CODE: LWD
  2. Full-grain leather, tanned, dyed and finished in Italy.
  3. Smooth finish, with a light grained texture.
  4. This highly water-resistant leather is treated with SCOTCHGUARD during the tanning process (as opposed to a simple surface-coating with a water-repellent product), adding to its water-resistance.
  5. Used 0.5cm thickness for garments.
  6. Garments are seam-sealed with bonded Waterdanka leather strips lining the inside of each seam, for added resistance to moisture.
  7. Metal zippers & snaps are made in Italy. Zippers are not waterproof.

 

A FEW FACTS & RECOMMENDATIONS IN CARING FOR WATERDANKA LEATHER

  1. Wipe off any surface dirt with a soft damp cloth. Do not spot clean; wipe down the whole section stitch to stitch to avoid color variations and spotting.
  2. Regularly remove dust and dirt to prevent permanent stains. This will also revitalize and revive the color of the leather.

Waterdanka leather barely has any substance applied to its surface, which allows for the naturally soft and smooth hand of this fine leather to be showcased. There is little barrier against spillage and staining. m0851’s water-based Leather Protector which will offer a shield from unwanted markings and spills.

Frequency depends on use. The more your leather good is exposed to wear and tear and the elements (rain, snow, dirt, body oils, etc.), the more it requires regular conditioning. In the event your leather garment is now well-used, an application of Leather Protector will increase the lifespan of its water-resistant characteristics.

 

KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Do not wash
  2. Do not dry clean
  3. Do not bleach
  4. Do not force dry; do not tumble dry
  5. Do not starch
  6. Do not Iron
  7. Avoid harsh cleaners or abrasive soap or detergent or greasy substances such as alcohol, wax and mink oils; this will distress and clog the leather’s pores.

 

WHAT KIND OF LINING IS USED WITH WATERDANKA?

THE WATERDANKA LEATHER RAINJACKETS ARE LINED WITH PIUMI. The lining is a fabric woven, dyed and finished in Belgium called PIUMI.

Content: 100% fine gauge, highly resilient, lightweight polyamide POLYAMIDE microfiber.

The lining has a TEFLON coating for added water-resistance, stain protection and quick drying.

 

KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE LINING

  1. Remove dust and dirt from the lining with damp cloth and gentle non-abrasive soap.
  2. Do not bleach;
  3. Lay flat to dry;
  4. Do not iron;
  5. Do not dry clean.

 

STORAGE

  1. Remove any surface dust, dirt and moisture with a clean damp cloth
  2. Apply a light layer of leather conditioner to recondition the leather (recommended once a year, if the garment is not being used). Wait at least 30 minutes to let the leather absorb the conditioner and dry.
  3. All your m0851 leather goods should be stored in the m0851 garment/dust bag provided at the time of purchase - in a place away from direct sunlight or harsh artificial light.
  4. Leather goods should be stored in a cool, dry place.  
  5. Do not store in a plastic bag/garment bag. Even a small amount of moisture can result in mildew or mold developing.
  6. Do not hang your jacket by the Center Back as this adds stress to the leather and could result in stretching or deforming. 

 

WATERSUEDE

M0851’s Watersuede comes from a British tannery established in 1826, specialized in supplying glovemakers with waterproof and washable leathers. During the tanning process, a silicon polymer is added to the mix, resulting in a suede with durable water-resistant characteristics.

WATERSUEDE IN A FEW WORDS:

  1. HANG TAG CODES: BWS; AWS
  2. Water-repellent;
  3. Beautiful natural characteristics, durable, soft, smooth
  4. This moss-backed Suede is used exclusively to manufacture bags & accessories in 1.6 and 1.8mm thicknesses.

 

A FEW FACTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS IN CARING FOR BROOKLYN LEATHER

  1. All trim in thick vegetable-tanned leather except for the group with Brooklyn leather trim.
  2. Some Watersuede bags sport YKK metal zippers; others YKK waterproof zippers.
  3. Prevention is paramount in maintaining a Suede leather product. We recommend that the product be thoroughly sprayed with Tana Leather Protector #16 before initial wear. This will create somewhat of a shield against stain and the elements.
  • Apply Tana Leather Protector # 16 in a well aired out room on a leather product that is dry and clean.
  • Spray the entire surface of the product using circular motions, maintaining a distance roughly 6 to 8 inches from the item. Do not saturate.
  • Allow the product to dry naturally.
  • Apply regularly for optimal protection.

4. Suede product may be taken to a professional leather cleaner.

5. Watersuede has been deep-dyed for a rich, long-lasting color. Please be aware that these rich dyes may transfer onto light colored clothing if wet or humid or at the time of initial wear. To minimize the potential of color transfer, we recommend regular use of Tana Leather Protector #16.

 

KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Do not wash
  2. ONLY dry clean with a professional leather cleaner
  3. Do not bleach
  4. Do not force dry; do not tumble dry
  5. Do not starch
  6. Do not Iron

 

WHAT KIND OF LINING IS USED IN WATERSUEDE PRODUCTS?

 WATERSUEDE BAGS ARE NOT LINED. Their interior is the inside face of the leather, buffed to avoid peeling.  No specific care is required.

 

STORAGE

  1. All your m0851 leather goods should be stored in the m0851 garment/dust bag provided at the time of purchase - in a place away from direct sunlight or harsh artificial light.
  2. Leather goods should be stored in a cool, dry place.  
  3. Do not store in a plastic bag/garment bag. Even a small amount of moisture can result in mildew or mold developing.
  4. Do not hang your bag by the straps or handles as this adds stress to the leather and could result in stretching or deforming.

 

 

VTA – TALMIGO

 

M0851’s “Talmigo” cotton is a water-resistant fabric that acquires a beautiful leather-like patina with age and wear, produced in an Italian mill founded in 1893 whose talent lies in innovative textile finishing processes. At m0851, Tamigo has been a part of the collection for close to a decade.

 

VTA – Talmigo in a few words:

 

  • HANG TAG CODE: VTA
  • 100% denim-base cotton twill with polyurethane resin coating
  • Woven, dyed and finished in Italy
  • A versatile, durable water-repellent material.
  • Used in making outerwear for both mean and women.

 

 

A FEW FACTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS IN CARING FOR VTA- TALMIGO

 

Here are a few tips and tricks to maintain your Talmigo cotton garment’s external shell.

 

  1. Remove dust and dirt regularly using a soft, clean, damp cloth.
  2. For deeper stains, rub gently with a soft wet cloth and gently soap. Avoid abrasive soap and/or detergents.
  3. For lighter colored VTA-Talmigo cottons, some stains can simply be erased using a white pencil eraser.
  4. Before using any new cleaning agent on your garment, always test it out on a small section in a less visible area.
  5. Always follow instructions on the content label.
  6. Warning : When material becomes saturated with water, there is a chance color transfer may occur.

 

 

VTA-WOOL:

 

M0851’s Fall VTA-Talmigo outerwear program includes styles for both men and women. The outer shell is made from m0851’s VTA-Talmigo cotton while the sleeves are lined with our signature PIUMI and filled for additional warmth, and the body in wool. Perfect for Fall in the city.

 

KEY INSTRUCTIONS

 

  1. Machine-wash cold water at permanent press;
  2. Do not bleach;
  3. Tumble Dry at low heat, permanent press setting;
  4. Iron at low temperature;
  5. Do not dry clean;

 

 

 

VTA – 4 SEASONS:

 

M0851’s 4-season VTA-Talmigo outerwear program includes styles for both men and women. The outer shell is made from m0851’s VTA-Talmigo cotton and lined with our signature PIUMI. Water and wind resistant, it is perfect for Spring, Fall or any tempered, humid climate.

 

KEY INSTRUCTIONS

 

  1. Machine-wash cold water at permanent press;
  2. Do not bleach;
  3. Tumble Dry at low heat, permanent press setting;
  4. Iron at low temperature;
  5. Do not dry clean.

 

 

VTA – PARKA:

 

M0851’s VTA-Talmigo parkas includes styles for both men and women. The outer shell is made from m0851’s VTA-Talmigo cotton and lined with our signature PIUMI. It is lined in Isosoft® filling – 200 grams per square inch in the body and 150g in the sleeves and hood for warmth and comfort during cold Winter months.

 

KEY INSTRUCTIONS

 

  • Machine-wash cold water at permanent press;
  • Do not bleach;
  • Tumble Dry at low heat, permanent press setting;
  • Iron at low temperature;
  • Do not dry clean.

 

 

WHAT KIND OF LINING IS USED IN m0851’S VTA – TALMIGO 4-SEASON GARMENTS & PARKAS?

 

The lining is a fabric woven, dyed and finished in Belgium called PIUMI.

 

Content: 100% fine gauge, highly resilient, lightweight polyamide POLYAMIDE microfiber.

 

The lining has a TEFLON coating for added water-resistance, stain protection and quick drying.

 

 

 

KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PIUMI LINING

 

  1. Remove dust and dirt from the lining with damp cloth and gentle non-abrasive soap.
  2. Do not bleach;
  3. Lay flat to dry;
  4. Do not iron;
  5. Do not dry clean.

 

 

 

STORAGE

 

  1. Before storing your m0851 garment, remove dust, dirt and moisture with a clean soft damp cloth or wash according to the instructions provided on the label.
  2. Check to make sure the garment is completely dry.
  3. Hang on a hanger. Do not hang your garment by the center back loop or neckline. This added stress and may result in stretching the garment.
  4. Put the garment in a breathable garment bag. Avoid plastic garment bags – any small amount of moisture could result in mold and/or mildew.
  5. Store away from direct sunlight or harsh artificial light in a cool dry place.
  6. SPECIAL NOTE FOR VTA PARKAS:  Do not compress or flatten your insulated jacket for long periods of time. Compressing the jacket will cause the filling to condense and lose some of its insulating properties.

 

 

 

VST – STUOIA:

 

VST-STUOIA is a fabric produced in an Italian mill founded in 1893 whose talent lies in innovative textile finishing processes.  M0851 uses it mostly in its Spring outerwear programs for both men and women. Some VST-STUOIA garments are pre-washed resulting in a vintage patina and the supple feel of a weathered garment. Others forego this process resulting in the textured linen-cotton base with its resin coating coming through with a slight shine and a bit more structure to the garment.

 

VST- STUOIA in a few words:

 

  1. HANG TAG CODE: VST
  2. Composition: 50% Cotton / 50% Linen, Polyurethane coating;
  3. Woven, dyed, finished in Italy.
  4. For those VST-STUOIA garments with a vintage patina, a polyurethane softener is introduced during the washing process, here in Canada.
  5. Water-repellent

 

 

A FEW FACTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS IN CARING FOR VST-STUOIA

 

Here are a few tips and tricks to maintain your VST- STUOIA garment’s external shell.

 

  1. Remove dust and dirt regularly using a soft, clean, damp cloth.
  2. For deeper stains, rub gently with a soft wet cloth and gently soap. Avoid abrasive soap and/or detergents.
  3. Before using any new cleaning agent on your garment, always test it out on a small section in a less visible area.
  4. Always follow instructions on the content label.

 

 

KEY INSTRUCTIONS

 

  1. Machine-wash cold, delicate cycle;
  2. Do not bleach;
  3. Hang dry;
  4. Iron at low temperature;
  5. Do not dry clean.

 

 

 

WHAT KIND OF LINING IS USED IN VST-STUOIA GARMENTS? 

 

The lining is a fabric woven, dyed and finished in Belgium called PIUMI.

 

Content: 100% fine gauge, highly resilient, lightweight polyamide POLYAMIDE microfiber.

 

The lining has a TEFLON coating for added water-resistance, stain protection and quick drying.

 

 

 

KEY CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PIUMI LINING

 

  1. Remove dust and dirt from the lining with damp cloth and gentle non-abrasive soap.
  2. Do not bleach;
  3. Lay flat to dry;
  4. Do not iron;
  5. Do not dry clean.

 

 

 

STORAGE

 

  1. Before storing your m0851 garment, remove dust, dirt and moisture with a clean soft damp cloth or wash according to the instructions provided on the label.
  2. Check to make sure the garment is completely dry.
  3. Hang on a hanger. Do not hang your garment by the center back loop or neckline. This added stress and may result in stretching the garment.
  4. Put the garment in a breathable garment bag. Avoid plastic garment bags – any small amount of moisture could result in mold and/or mildew.
  5. Store away from direct sunlight or harsh artificial light in a cool dry place.

 

 

 

 VTE – THREE-PLY

 

This innovative “Three-ply”, seam sealed collection is sourced and developed by our Product Development team here in Montreal. It is then sent to Vietnam for high precision manufacturing. The result is a combination of m0851’s design, German engineering and technology, and our Vietnamese manufacturer’s precision craftsmanship.

 

Three-ply refers to the coupling of 3 layers of fabric; an outer layer, an inner layer, and a membrane sandwiched in between. The laminations of multiple layers increase the durability and strength of the final fabric.

 

m0851’s VTE – Three-Ply program for men and women transitions from one season to the next seamlessly, worn alone or as a soft shell covering an insulated jacket, resulting in ALL- weather wearability & versatility.

 

 

VTE – Three-ply in a few words:

 

  1. All-season; waterproof and windproof;
  2. Lightweight, comfortable, breathable, durable
  3. Face fabric is a soft brushed peach surface with subtle, laminated luster;
  4. Timeless rainwear IN multi-layer fusion technical fabric.
  5. Versatility for all seasons.

 

 

A FEW FACTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS IN CARING FOR VTE – THREE-PLY

 

  1. The lamination of multiple layers increases the durability and strength of the final composite fabric.
  2. The outer layer consists of high-density poly-nylon with DWR finish (a durable water repellent), which repels light rain and snow and lends the fabric a quick-dry effect.
  3. The membrane is made up of billions of tiny pores that keep out water and wind, yet allow perspiration to pass through from the inside. With an inner mesh layer, it achieves next-to-skin comfort and high rate of breathability.
  4. DWR is not permanent; wear hinders its performance over time. Proper maintenance will revitalize DWR. Test your garment by simply sprinkling a few drops of water to see if it beads up and rolls off. If it stays on the fabric and slightly darkens the section, wash your jacket (follow care instructions on the label) to revive the DWR.
  5. If DWR can no longer be revitalized simply by washing the garment, a revitalizing agent can be added to wash cycle (Granger's®, Nikwax®) Follow manufacturer’s instructions.
  6. Tumble dry your jacket with a low heat setting. Exposure to heat revives DWR.

 

 

 

  1. WATERPROOF INTEGRITY: m0851 Three-ply rainwear is seam-sealed throughout, including the application of waterproof tape with heat and pressure adding extra protection against water contact.
  2. Further weather protection, YKK’s AquaGuard® water repellent zippers keep your pockets dry.

 

 

KEY INSTRUCTIONS

 

  1. Machine Wash, Cold, Gentle Cycle;
  2. Do not bleach;
  3. Tumble dry, Low heat, Delicate setting;
  4. Do not force dry;
  5. Do not Iron;
  6. Do not dry clean;
  7. Avoid harsh or abrasive soap or detergent;
  8. Do not starch.

 

 

STORAGE

 

  1. Before storing your m0851 garment, remove dust, dirt and moisture with a clean soft damp cloth or wash according to the instructions provided on the label.
  2. Check to make sure the garment is completely dry.
  3. Hang on a hanger. Do not hang your garment by the center back loop or neckline. This added stress and may result in stretching the garment.
  4. Put the garment in a breathable garment bag. Avoid plastic garment bags – any small amount of moisture could result in mold and/or mildew.
  5. Store away from direct sunlight or harsh artificial light in a cool dry place.