Inshoreko men's water repellent fleece

€ 19.00

Designed for occasional sailing in cold and wet weather (light wind, calm seas, light rain).

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SKU: S122712 (2457856)
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Product benefits
  1. Warmth
    Warm 240 g/sqm density fleece, polo neck, waist adjustment to conserve heat.
  2. Water repellent
    Water repellent
    Specially treated so water slides off the fabric's surface.
  3. Breathability
    The fabric wicks away perspiration generated by the body.
  4. Freedom of movement
    Freedom of movement
    Soft and stretchy fabric ensures freedom of movement.
  5. Ease of use
    Ease of use
    Fully zipped opening. 2 zipped hand warmer pockets.
  6. Environmental impact
    Environmental impact
    NOTE D - Comparison: 2e layer long sleeves kids - technical info details
Product feature
  1. How is it water repellent?
    Your fleece is made water repellent by applying a treatment to its outer surface. This treatment causes water to slide over the surface without soaking in. This prevents the component from swelling with water and keeps it lightweight. This treatment must be renewed several times throughout the product's lifetime. Water-repellent treatment products are available in our stores.
  2. What is breathability and the RET index?
    The breathability of your fleece corresponds to its ability to let perspiration generated by the body escape. It is measured by its Resistance to Evaporative Transfer (ISO 11092 standard). The RET is a resistance index; the lower the value, the greater the breathability of the fabric. RET between 6 and 9: extremely breathable, between 10 - 13: very breathable, between 14 - 17: breathable, between 18 and 20: not very breathable, greater than 20: not breathable. RET of your 100 fleece = 8.7
  3. What is the Clo index?
    The clo is the scale that measures the thermal resistance of your 100 fleece. During the test, your technical garment's component is exposed to a temperature close to body temperature and a controlled outside temperature. The clo index reflects the ability of your 100 fleece to retain your body heat inside the garment. The greater the clo index, the better the technical component will retain your body heat.
  4. Score to compare the environmental impact of products
    The environmental impact of the product is calculated over its entire life cycle and with different indicators. An overall score (ABCDE) is attributed to help you easily identify the products with the best environmental performance by comparing products of the same type with one another (T-shirts, trousers, backpacks, etc.). Decathlon chose to apply this voluntary environmental labelling scheme. For more information, visit:
Product testing
  1. Composition
    Main fabric : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Lining : 100.0% Polyester (PES)
  2. Storage advice
    Store on a hanger or folded in a dry place.
  3. Cleaning advice
    Machine wash at 30°C
  4. Product catchline
    Warm thanks to its fleece component and its water repellent treatment that protects from spray and moisture. Perfect for wearing under a jacket when sailing!
Product reviews
4.89 / 5
9 reviews
9 users recommend this product
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  • Really nice fleece

    ROBERT (United Kingdom)
    Used for 1 week or less
    Ok, first thing to say this is a very, very early review in terms of my ownership. I will update a review once I have owned and used it for a while.
    This had good reviews here so I took a chance and bought it online. I have never seen Tribord fleeces as my local store and only children's ones at another store that I sometimes go to, so if I wanted one I had to take a chance. Decathlon's returns policy helps with that but I still wish they would open a large store near me (not sure my wife does).
    I liked the water resistant element of this and it was that and the price and existing reviews that made me GFI.
    In being water resistant it reminds me a waterproof fleece (pre-softshell) that I had in the 90s, which was made by Duofold (also a French make, I believe) but which relied on a membrane rather than a treatment to achieve its water-sloughing ability. One clear point of differentiation is that the Tribord fleece is lovely and soft and malleable, whereas membrane fleeces were crinkly but windproof and can be seen as evolutionary steps between fleeces and soft shells. Anyway, the point is I am viewing the water-resistance as a bonus for when caught out by a sudden rain shower rather than something this jacket's appeal lives or dies by, especially for £14.99!
    The cut of the jacket is nice for me. It is semi-fitted in that it is not box-like but avoids the uber-fitted snugness of some modern mountain-type fleeces. In terms of sizing I ordered a Medium, as for all my other Decathlon brand tops that seems the way to go. I would say that had I been able to try this in store I would be trying to decide between the Small and Medium as it is slightly long and a tad wide in the arms and body. Speaking of which, for reasons I will get to I was initially undecided about the black fleece. As a consequence I subsequently ordered the red and grey one to compare (since returned). The latter was a bigger fit slightly despite both being mediums. At first I thought it was the slimming effect of the back one (ha!) but no it wasn't. Overlaying the two jackets showed a slight difference. Hopefully this isn't sign of Decathlon having unreliable sizing. Returning to the black fleece, the hi-viz yellow elements are ok on the zips but excessive on the collar, which as a result I would not want to wear down (hence initial hesitation) - leave it black please Tribord! Pockets themselves are okay but an inner pocket is always good - hint, hint. The collar is quite tall but acceptable. Side cinch cord to keep the drafts out of the hem is not brilliant but adequate, I guess. Overall the jacket feels really soft to wear and (when collar worn up) looks good. The value is good in my opinion but I will review the performance (water resistance and warmth) and quality in wear (check for defects, zip operation etc.) once I have owned it for longer.
  • Good choice

    Jacek (United Kingdom)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    Very useful during windy wrather
  • Great

    SANDRA (United Kingdom)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    I bought for myself (a woman), the small was a perfect fit on my frame, unusual for a man's style. Lovely long arms and body, loads of practical pockets, perfect.
  • Warm

    angie (United Kingdom)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    Love this fleece eventho the fabric feels thin it is extremely warm
  • Mens fleece

    ASIF (United Kingdom)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    Bought size large online but luckily tried it on in store and was a bit tight for me so found an XL in store so exchanged it there and then.
    Very good quality fleece recommended with deep pockets and elasticated cuffs. Just what you need for the winter and the extra bonus is that it has a water repellent finish so you just shake any water right off.
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