Made for occasional sailing in moderate weather (rainy, rough sea, sustained wind) Ideal for several hours to a whole day of sailing. Waterproof, windproof and breathable, lots of pockets, high collar: everything you need.
WaterproofFully waterproof in 3 hours of rain. (test complies with the ISO 811 standard)
BreathabilityHighly breathable coating (RET<12, test complies with the ISO 11092 standard)
Resistance to salt waterMembrane resistant to hydrolysis.
Pockets3 outer pockets + 1 inside pocket.
Environmental impactLife cycle comparison: Veste imper. homme - sustainability.decathlon.com
Waterproof and windproof
Water repellent coated fabric. 100% taped seams.Adjustable jacket bottom with elasticated cord Sleeve ends adjustable at the wrist with rip-tab strips. Zip fastening protected by internal and external zip flaps. Collar height (back)11.5 cm > 5000 mm in Schmerber test (>2000 mm after 5 washes)
Rolls up into the collar. Adjustable with elasticated cord. Depth-adjustable.
1 internal pocket with rip-tab fastening. 2 large outer zipped hand-warmer pockets. 1 outer chest pocket.
845 g in size L
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Sailing in:Changeable weather conditions
Information / Concept / Technology
Main fabric : 100.0% Polyamide (PA) Main lining : 100.0% Polyamide (PA) Secondary lining : 100.0% Polyester (PES)
Approved shower test where the garment is placed under a shower simulating different weather conditions. All our products are certified fully waterproof having been tested for 3+ hours in rain of 100L/H/m² . To put this into perspective, the highest recorded precipitation ever was in the USA, when 174 L/hr/m² fell over 4.5 hours (National oceanic and atmospheric administration, USDC). The average is 2 L/hr/m² (www.Paris.fr). http://www.novadry.com/en/our-technologies/waterproofing-test/