AUT-05 Suit Hangers (Set of 3)
- Regular price
£103.33 GBP EXCL VAT
- Regular price
- Sale price
- £124.00 GBP
- Unit price
The AUT-05 is a best-seller from Nakata. The hanger is single-jointed and composed of luxury European beechwood, which is bound to last a lifetime. Each hanger is woodwork-ed by hand in order to shape the neck and shoulders for fine suits, coats, and jackets.
The contours of this hanger preserve the integrity of garments, keeping them wrinkle-free and away from unnecessary fabric wear (e.g. shoulder dimples, stretching).
The thick felted trouser bar has a market-leading diameter of 1.5cm, which is more gentle on trousers, thereby mitigating the appearance of any fold lines.
Made in Japan. European Beechwood. Fully-rotatable hanger hook. Polished steel hardware. Felted trouser bar diameter of 1.5cm.
400-460mm wide. The shoulder thickness is 57mm at the widest point.
|400mm||Chest Size 35-38|
|430mm||Chest Size 39-42|
|460mm||Chest Size 43-45|
Alternatively: 1. Lay your jacket or coat flat and fasten the primary button. (2) Measure the shoulder seams straight across. 3. Subtract 2-4 cm from this measure to determine your hanger size.
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The Rolls Royce of Hangers
Make no mistake about it. Nakata Hangers, a Japanese firm as old as the Taisho period, represents the pinnacle of Japanese woodworking. Even the faintest hairlines of wood grain are taken into consideration. The end result is craftsmanship that is simply astounding.
Contouring Like No Other
Due to the individual manner by which each hanger is produced, the level of contouring imparted on the neck and shoulders of the hangers preserves even the most delicate of garments and encourages their breathability.
Fully Rotatable Hooks
The polished steel hooks are 360 degrees rotatable, which allows the hanger to face any direction.
Japanese Craftsmanship Since 1946
Nakata has been around for nearly a century, crafting high-end hangers using traditional Japanese tools. Today, they continue to bring merge traditional with modern techniques of production in order to produce the world's finest hangers.