Very warm and soft spring-autumn coat. The material comes from Peru and it is 100% sustainable.
The pattern of the coat is quite wide, it makes it easier for a child to run and play.
outer fabric 70% wool, 30% alpaca
lining 100% cotton
The coat got its name from a pink pigeon (Nesoenas mayeri). The pink pigeon nearly became extinct in the 1990s and is still very rare. It was on the brink of extinction in 1991 when only 10 individuals remained, but its numbers have increased due to the efforts of the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust since 1977. While the population remains at below 500 birds as of 2011, the IUCN downlisted the species from Critically endangered to Endangered on the IUCN Red List in 2000 and then downlisted it again to Vulnerable in 2018. Habitat degradation introduced predators, and wildlife disease is the major ongoing threat to the pink pigeon's survival.