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The SÁCRI® "Kid" jacket pays homage to what it means to be a kid. Playful motifs, such as "play time" and "dinosaurs," are embroidered on the garment's front, a cheeky smiley face decorates the shoulder, and an edgy felt teddy bear patch sits across the back. “Childhood” is a word with many meanings. Yet, no matter the circumstances, there’s no greater feeling than love, care, comfort, and play. Wear this garment as a show of support for SickKids Foundation and their vision. Healthier children. A better world.

Detailed Features

+ Constructed from polyurethane vegan leather and heavy-weight cordura nylon
+ High density embroidered sleeves
+ Chenille teddy bear patch
+ Light Blue & Black
+ Slim Fit
+ Men's Sizing
+ Male model is wearing M / 48 EU
+ Male model measurements: Chest 38" / 96.52 cm, height 6'2" / 188cm
+ Product packaged with reusable poly-cotton dust bag
+ Packaged with authentication and thank you note
+ Made in Vietnam​

Shipping & Delivery

We provide complimentary shipping both locally and worldwide. Shipping times: Products are shipped within 24-hours of the time the order is placed.

Product Care

Dry clean only

Our Mission

Designer jackets that make a difference. One-third of all profits go toward SickKids Foundation.

Limited Edition — 100 jackets made.


The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) is Canada's most research-intensive hospital and the largest center dedicated to improving children's health in the country.

With passionate and dedicated staff, SickKids is much more than a hospital. They work each day to provide the best in child and family-centered care, create ground-breaking clinical and scientific advancements, and train the next generation of experts in child health. 


This jacket is in support of SickKids and all that they do. A playful yet bold inspiring jacket you can be proud to wear. With 1/3 of all profits being donated to SickKids and their cause, you can become an ambassador and beacon of support for the Kids and Families that need it. 

Design approved by SickKids Foundation.

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