MIKK-LINE

Functionality in motion

Mikk-Line is functional high quality outerwear for active children designed for free movement with a high level of technical details. Carefully developed to keep active kids comfortable during all 4 seasons. For more than 20 years Mikk-Line has created products where both the design and selected material suit the harsh requirements of active children’s outdoor life.

Mikk-Line

Mikk-Line is functional and practical outerwear designed for free movement so children can play without hindrances.

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Mikk-Line RED

Mikk-Line RED is a product line by Mikk-Line with more functionalities and great details. Mikk-Line RED is specially designed for the extreme Scandinavian weather.

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LAYERS

Mikk-Line is designed from a 3-layer concept! With multiple layers you can achieve the best protection against the harsh weather. More layers are easier to adjust to the ever changing weather conditions because it is easy to either add or remove a layer if needed.

The base layer – comfort

We recommend thin merino wool as the inner layer. It ensures that the skin does not feel wet because wool draws moisture away from the skin.

The mid layer – insulation

The mid layer protects the child against the cold  weather and it keeps the body temperature stable. For this purpose, we recommend our thermal wear or brushed wool fleece.

The outer layer – protection

The outer layer effectively protects against wind, weather and water, while keeping the child warm and dry. Rainwear, snowsuits or winter jackets are all great choices for this.

What does watercolumn mean?

Water resistance is measured by water column – that is the amount of water pressure (measured in millimeters) which can be applied to the material before the water penetrates the fabric.

You can make a material waterproof with a waterproof membrane. The seams should always be either welded or taped in order to prevent the water penetrating the seams.

0-2.000 mm:
Not waterproof but the clothes might haven gotten a water-repellent coating.

3.000 mm:
Waterproof but in very heavy showers, the water can begin to penetrate.

5.000 mm:
Completely waterproof. The rainwear stays dry even during heavy showers.

8.000 mm and higher:
Extremely waterproof. It can be used in extreme weather conditions.

What is breathability?

Breathability is measured in grams of sweat per m2 fabric through 24 hours (g/m2/24h).That is the amount of time that it takes for the sweat to penetrate the material. The material has often a membrane containing many tiny holes to achieve breathability. The sweat can penetrate these holes assuring breathability in the product – without letting the water penetrate the fabric.

1.000 g/m2/24h
Low breathability. The product is still comfortable at low physical activity.

2.000 g/m2/24h
Average breathability. The product allows the body to breathe during light physical activity.

5.000 g/m2/24h
High breathability. Applied to products that are used for high physical activity.

AUTUMN’S TREND COLOURS

Boys

The boys collection is inspired by the brown and blue hues of nature.

Girls

In the girls collection you will find a lot of beautiful and girly colours, and details like ruffles and golden prints.

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