Pyrenex

Explore luxury kids designer outerwear from French jacket manufacturer, Pyrenex. The brand is famous for their coats and jackets which are made from water resistant materials and and high quality down feathers that keeps any child warm and dry. Shop the latest range of Pyrenex kidswear from jackets, gilets tops and more for boys and girls.

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  • Arty T-Shirt in Black
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    Now From 34,27 € Was 48,96 € | Save 14,69 €
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  • Arty T-Shirt in Blue
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    Now From 37,01 € Was 52,87 € | Save 15,86 €
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  • Ashton Hybrid Jacket in Black
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    Now From 143,93 € Was 205,62 € | Save 61,69 €
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  • Cheslin Down Gilet in Blue
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    Now From 126,80 € Was 181,14 € | Save 54,34 €
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  • Cheslin Down Gilet in Black
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    Now From 148,04 € Was 211,49 € | Save 63,45 €
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Pyrenex is a French clothing company specialising in the use of down and feathers. Founded in 1859 the business has passed down through the Crabos family for over 150 years. Since then they have continuously produced the highest quality down products available. Abel Crabos now the great grandfather of the company – started the Pyrenex movement by collecting feathers from markets and farms around his village, in the foothills of the Pyrenees. In 1960 the third generation of the Crabos family took the reins. They began developing the first bedding using down and feathers. By 1968 the first sleeping bag was created, and the name Pyrenex became the official brand of the company. Pyrenex then began expanding into mountaineering jackets, and developed the first ever mountaineering jacket during the 1970s. The jackets were essentially technical garments, designed to protect and insulate the wearer in the most extreme conditions.

 

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