Breathable, Waterproof,Windproof.Breathability is the description for the movement of dampness and shows how high the water vapour transmissivity of the material is. It is possible to measure this breathability using a method known as MVTR value. This measures the quantity of water vapour going from inside to outside through one square meter in one day. The higher the value, the better the breathability. Watertightness is shown by the water column in mm. To measure this a small piece of fabric is fixed under a tube which will be filled up with water. You read off the result the moment water drives through the fabric. So you get the water column. The jacket has two upper front pockets, two lower stud fastened front flap pockets and two side pockets . On the inside left of the jacket is found a zipped inside pocket and on the left hand side there is a buttoned inside pocket and also a smaller pocket underneath.
Waterproof feature is enabled by taped seams.
We find that the best way to find out your measurements and size is to measure an item of clothing you already have in your wardrobe that you feel is your perfect fit.
BUT WHAT EXACTLY ARE YOU MEASURING?
Here’s a very simply step-by-step guide you can follow:
TIP: Before you start, make sure you are measuring like for like. If you’re looking to find out your size in a polo shirt, measure one of your polo shirts. Likewise, if it’s jacket you’re after, measure one of your favourite fitting jackets.
Lay your garment out flat and measure from armpit to armpit. Multiply that measurement by two and that will give you your chest size.
If your jacket measures 32inches (81cms) from armpit to armpit; 32inches X 2 = 64inches (192cms)
This means you would wear a 64inch chest. You can then refer to our size chart to find out what size you require.
Cbno311935810 K lightweight waterproof