Hooded jacket with Primaloft Gold Active, designed to keep you comfy doing anything from fat-biking through a Cairngorm blizzards, through to climbing Alpine icefalls or hillwalking in the Peak District.
Katabatic is so versatile, that we couldn’t possibly mention all the activities it’s been used for without writing a novel. A combination of toasty yet breathable Primaloft Gold Active Eco insulation, with rustle-free, comfortable, and stylish fabric makes this jacket well-suited to anywhere from an Alpine icefall to the office - (I’m wearing mine right now)...Read more
Katabatic was designed with light activity in mind, an air permeable outer boosts breathability. The fabric’s stretch allows a flattering cut, featuring fewer seams and stitching so that the fabric can move with you.
Thoughtful features, such as a simple hood, hand warmer pockets, and a chest pocket make the Katabatic a jacket that you’ll never be without.Read less
- Versatile Primaloft Gold Active Eco jacket for cold weather activities
- Primaloft insulation retains thermal properties when wet
- Primaloft Gold Active Eco is breathable and provides more warmth for its weight
- Comfortable and stylish fit
- Active cut: articulated arms
- Breathable, stretchy and rustle-free outer for active use
- Simple insulated hood
- Zip baffle and chin-guard to fend off the draughts
- 2 zipped hand warmer pockets
- 1 zipped chest pocket for valuables
- Adjustable drawcord hem
Fill: Primaloft Gold Active Eco, 45% post-consumer recycled materials, 60 gsm
Fabric: 20d 92% nylon 8% PU, 53 gsm 16 CFM air permeability C6 DWR
S: 420g; M: 455g; L: 480g; XL: 505g; XXL: 530g
PRIMALOFT GOLD ACTIVE ECO
Primaloft Gold Active Eco is designed to work with the more breathable fabrics, so we use it to make insulated garments that you can be active in. The synthetic fibres have a water repellent coating which lets them retain thermal qualities when wet and are made from 45% recycled materials (like plastic bottles). Winner!
|Men's synthetic jacket size chart|
|This size chart indicates the body measurements our garments are designed to fit. Measure yourself as described below, and use the size chart to find your size.
Chest: measure around your chest at the widest part. The tape measure should pass under your arms, and be level from front to back.
Waist: measure around your waist at the narrowest part.
Hips: standing with your feet together, measure around your hips at the widest part.
Author: Dave Saunders Read More: here
Whether you're climbing, walking or even running, this is a great item of winter clothing that will obviously find a use in the warmer months too