If you're purchasing a coat from us for the first time we recommend Flint. Flint is made from organic cotton woven in the north of England, it has an exceptional fit for whippets and iggies.
Wren is useful for lads who can't aim properly .. If you know, you know! Like the Flint jumper above it's made from brushed back organic cotton woven in the North of England. Wren is available in grey and black.
We've been making Judd onesies for three years and they are still the best fitting on the market. The fabric doesn’t mis-shape at the joints, the rear legs stay in place and it washes well. If you're looking for something practical to cover those legs from November through to March then look no further. Available in sizes 0 - 8.
Boiled wool is an excellent choice for a whippet coat as it's durable and water resistant. We have customers with Quinns still in use from our launch in 2018. From an eco conscious perspective wool can be composted, so if the time came you could dispose of this coat with a clear conscience - win win.
We recommend Shrimp + Quinn for any colour whippet coat. Both styles are made from 100% boiled wool. This classic graphite is especially good at hiding stray hairs. We sometimes make Shrimps in limited edition batches with one off colour combinations. Customers signed up to our newsletter get limited Edition Shrimp information first.
Søren & Riley are hardwearing and fast drying waterproof whippet raincoats. Both are made from Softshell (better protection than a Northface or Patagonia jacket in my experience). Our customer feedback suggests these are still in use after 3 + years.
We never make anything that isn't practical and necessary. Our Cecil pyjamas are comfy and cosy whilst limiting the amount of time you might need to tuck your whippet back under the covers. They have a slightly oversized fit to allow for sweet dreams and roaching.
Care Guide & Product LifecycleHow you choose to wash your garment can greatly increase its lifecycle and in turn its carbon footprint. We recommend to only wash your garments when needed, spot cleaning where possible. This will extend each garment's lifecycle while saving water and energy.