Chalutier, Genuine child sailor smock in organic cotton
The authentic Made In France child smock Chalutier of the House Le Glazik.
The pea jacket for the little ones is to the mussel, what the sail is to the boat: must have. Le Glazik, supplier of professional fishermen and reference for sea lovers, offers its lighthouse sailor smock in a wide range of colours.
Iconic clothing of the Bretons, the Le Glazik sailor's smock is in the archives of the family house from the beginning of the adventure, it is made in France since 1928.
Made of organic cotton and made to withstand the weather, the sea spray and the adventures of the little ones, the Chalutier kelp falls into the category of sustainable and responsible fashion products, because parents are more and more attentive to the quality of the products our children wear.
The authentic Made In France child smock Chalutier from the family house Le Glazik.
Model adapted to the size of the moussaillons, identical to the adult "Vam" smock.
The sailors originally cut their peaches directly into the old sails of their boats, a very resistant fabric.
Its canvas, which makes it its characteristic, was labeled organic more than 20 years ago by the brand, making Le Glazik the forerunner on the market before it became a real fashion in the last 10 years. Today, parents and grandparents are aware of the importance of quality for our little ones' clothes.
The very many colours available, in addition to delighting our general public customers, both young and old, have historically been colour-coded among sailors, making it possible to visually and quickly identify which port / region they came from.
The kelp, an indispensable tool for the sailor, is defined by the heritage of the needs of the profession. Made of a very tight fabric, it cuts the wind and the cold whether at sea or in port. Split collar with the possibility to go up the collar in case of strong wind to protect itself, it closes by its button in old copper placed inside. This one is a safety element: it prevents the rope from getting caught in it and therefore prevents accidents. Its two patch pockets on the inside not only secure your personal belongings but also prevent them from falling out when you bend over. Cut ample it takes back the authentic silhouette.
The sailor's smock is sometimes worn upside down, because the sailor, when he returned to port and went into town, would reverse the direction of his pea jacket, by displaying the clean side to everyone's eyes. Today this can still be useful for little sailors who get stained while playing.
Since its foundation in 1928, Le Glazik has kept its authenticity by staying on the iconic clothes, the heritage of almost a century of know-how. Today, the family business is recognised on the market as the specialist in Breton sailor clothing, to the delight of young and old alike!
100% organic cotton
Dimensional stability by SANFOR® process
- Model manufactured by Le Glazik since 1928
- Bio Cotton
- Cotton certified organic by ECOCERT
- Authentic sailors canvas