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Lab Coat Sandra

Bright white fabric - 65% polyester, 35% cotton
Natural-toned white fabric - 64% polyester, 33% cotton, 3% EOL
Soft, stretch and bright white - 64% polyester, 33% Tencel, 3% EOL
Lime - 50% cotton, 50% polyester
Orange - 50% cotton, 50% polyester
Fuchsia - 65% polyester, 33% cotton, 2% elastane
Red - 65% polyester, 33% cotton, 2% elastane
Azure blue - 50% cotton, 50% polyester
New blue - 50% cotton, 50% polyester
Graphite - 50% cotton, 50% polyester
Cross grey - 50% cotton, 50% polyester
Dark grey - 65% polyester, 33% cotton,
Black - 65% polyester, 33% cotton, 2% elastane

Classical feminine lab coat Sandra has beautiful colour collar and luxurious white buttons. The lab coat has a chest pocket, side pockets, slits on sides and 3/4 or long sleeves.

More information about sizing can be found from here. The size table is visible also at the end of the page. For a size consultation, please contact us here.


High white (65% polyester, 35% cotton) – bright white colour

Very bright white colour is durable, breathable and has long colour-lasting. Its bright colour ensures longer colour lasting and can be effectively bleached. Jackets with coloured details cannot be bleached. The fabric itself has a easy-care finish and has UVPF protection. Material is Oeko-Tex certified.

Natural white (64% polyester, 33% cotton, 3% EOL) – natural-toned white

The fabric is EOL, polyester, cotton blended, Industrial launderable fabric, which has a more natural and yellow undertone. The material is both durable and comfortable whilst maintaining its shape, vitality and elasticity under repeated wash and wear cycles. For longer-lasting white, we recommend choosing high white fabric.

Soft and stretch white (64% polyester, 33% tencel, 3% EOL) – bright-toned white

This stretch fabric is blended with Lencing Tencel, which offers an Eco-friendly fibre with the cellulosic base generating moisture management properties. Fabric offers durability, comfort and a smooth feel against the skin and maintains its shape, vitality and elasticity under repeated was cycles.