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FHM Innova Jacket Terracotta

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Original price €129,00
Original price €129,00 - Original price €129,00
Original price €129,00
Current price €69,00
€69,00 - €69,00
Current price €69,00
Color: Terracotta

Primaloft Jacket FHM Innova Terracotta Color



FHM Innova lightweight windproof Jacket is insulated with water-resistible Primaloft Silver insulation, which accumulates heat quickly and locks in warmth, is very soft, and comfortable to wear. Primaloft Silver is the ideal combination of moisture-transferring out, keeping warm and low weight.

This packable hooded jacket is made of a high-quality Toray Airtastic™ Windstopper shield which is made of lightweight and compact nylon and polyester-weaved fabric. Innova jacket was used for the outer and comes complete with a DWR finish.

This windproof jacket is suitable for fishing and many other types of outdoor activities in any season. Even wet, this jacket is still warm. Daily wear or casual & outdoor activities. A great fit allows for plenty of freedom of movement during activities like fishing, walking, trekking, and climbing.  Anglers often use Innova jackets on fishing trips as an additional insulation layer under Guard Competition Jacket.

Features:

  • The jacket has a deep internal pocket.
  • Two external hand pockets.
  • A chest pocket.
  • High-quality YKK zippers to keep secure.
  • Adjustable hood.
  • Adjustment on the bottom.
  • Wind protection strips under the central zipper.
  • Color-matched drawstring bag

Technologies:
  • Fabric Toray Airtastic
  • Zippers YKK
  • Primaloft Silver Insulation

Materials:
  • Outer: 67% nylon, 33% polyester
  • Lining: Pongee
  • Lining materials: 100% polyester


Insulator density: 100 g/m2

Airtastic™ is a line of high-performance lightweight materials that are well-suited to a wide variety of sports and can be used to produce lightweight, compact, and stretchable garments for all seasons.

 

WATER RESISTANCE PRIMALOFT COMPARING TO DOWN


You might think that because down comes from water birds, it’s highly water-resistant. However, this could not be further from the truth. Down doesn’t need to be water-resistant to keep water birds warm. First, the exterior feathers of these birds are water-resistant due to the structure of the feathers’ filaments and the way they hook together.

Secondly, these feathers create a tight layer that creates a physical barrier between the down and the water. And finally, nearly all water birds produce waterproofing oils that they spread on their feathers when they preen. All of this means that the down of waterbirds virtually never touches water.

Because down has such a soft structure, it has absolutely no water resistance. The minute down gets wet, it clumps and loses all of its insulating ability. If down gets wet, you have to manually break up the clumps as it dries. You can do this pretty easily in the safety of your laundry room, but if you’re out in the field, your down-filled gear can become a liability if it gets wet. This is why a lot of modern down-filled gear is made with waterproof outer materials. If you’re going to be hiking in an area where there’s heavy rainfall or other wet conditions, make sure that your down-filled gear’s water resistance is still performing well.

PrimaLoft, on the other hand, was designed to outperform down when wet. Water rolls right off the polyester fibers and is wicked away to the outer layer, meaning that your PrimaLoft-filled gear will keep you warm even if water gets into the insulation. When it comes to wet weather conditions, there’s no comparing the two— PrimaLoft outperforms down every time.