Close-fitting feminine cut. Jacket's inner volume allows you to wear it over a warm second layer such as a pullover or fleece.
Attached. Covers you up. Down filling. Synthetic fur trim. Height can be adjusted using the elastic drawcord + toggles. Depth can be adjusted using the strap + buckle system located at the back of the head. Specially designed to be roomy: the hood can be worn in addition to a warm cap, such as a beanie or chapka.
Outer: 2 pockets for the hands lined in very soft, very warm fake fur + 2 over -pockets with flap and press-stud fastening + 1 big zipped secret pocket, Napoleon-style, under the main flap. Inside: 2 large "quick access" net pockets located at the bottom of the jacket, which are very practical for storing gloves, a hat, etc.
Jacket hem drawcord
Elastic draw-cords and toggles.
By press-stud tabs. Lycra cuffs prevent heat loss.
Additional recommended products
Care products: waterproofing spray or liquid in the machine To renew the fabric's water repellent properties and optimise performance throughout the lifespan of your garment. We recommend using these products with each wash.
How the recommended temperature is measured
Ambient temperature is thermally neutral: the user feels neither hot nor cold. Use temperature, in accordance with standard ISO 11079, under the following conditions: Walking at 4 km/h, no wind, cloudy. Jacket worn together with: (upper body) t-shirt long sleeves + shirt + sleeveless down gilet / (legs) tights + fleecy long johns + trousers/ (head) chapka + hood/ (hands) glove liners + gloves/(feet) ski + after-ski socks.
We test a fabric's resistance to water pressure by measuring the height of a column of water supported by the fabric in mm (test based on the ISO 811 standard). The higher the pressure, the more the fabric is waterproof. A component with a waterproof rating of 2 000 mm can withstand the pressure exerted by 2 000 mm column of water (the equivalent of a 2-hour downpour approximately).
Waterproofing of the garment
Technologies®: this garment has been subjected to a shower test using 60 litres of water/sqm/hour for 2 hours. This test reproduces the average conditions of a rain shower in the mountains. Please visit Novadry.com for more information
Component water repellent property
The water-repellent property of a fabric is its ability to let water slide off its surface without being absorbed. In this way the textile lets in no water and stays lightweight and warm. The fabric is made water repellent by treating its outer surface. This treatment must be restored throughout the garment's lifetime (after every wash). Water repellent treatment products are available in our stores. All Quechua waterproof jackets have received a water repellent treatment.
To find out whether a fabric is breathable, we test its evaporative resistance or RET (based on the ISO 11092 standard). The lower the fabric's resistance, the more water vapour generated by physical activity evaporates, and the higher the fabric's breathability. For example: RET < 9 = extremely breathable fabric / 920 = little or no breathability.
A score for comparing products' environmental impact
The product's environmental impact is calculated over its entire life cycle and with different indicators. A general ABCDE mark is attributed to help you identify the best environmental performance by comparing products to each other (t-shirts, rucksacks, etc). Decathlon volunteered to take part in this environmental display process. For more information, visit: http://sustainability.decathlon.com.