When you're wandering through the endless forests of Norway you need a jacket that's robust enough to withstand harsh treatment. Close encounters with dense undergrowth and rocks and the abrasion caused by the straps on your trekking pack take their toll on the fabric of your jacket. The THREE PEAKS JACKET is designed to cope. The Texapore RIPSTOP fabric is extremely tear resistant. It will keep you dry in wet, stormy weather and is so breathable that you'll feel fit and fresh all day long. The jacket has a simple, stripped-down design. And if you're planning a walking trip for the autumn or winter months, you can zip in any compatible fleece or quilted jacket from our range and upgrade the THREE PEAKS to a four season jacket.
Type of coat: Raincoat
Fabric lining: 100% PES
Clothing Technology: Texapore Ripstop
Water column (mm): 10000
Fabric composition: 100% PA
Sleeve closure: Velcro
Adjustable hem: Yes
Breathability: 6000 g/m²/24h
Sustainability: PFC free
System zipper (Jack Wolfskin): Regular System Zip
Water repellent treatment: YES
Adjustable hood: Yes
Detachable hood: No
Breathable membrane: Yes
Washing waterproof garments
Always review the jacket labels before washing for specific washing instructions. We recommend that you wash your waterproof jacket with a technical detergent on a regular basis. This prevents damage to the waterproof layer. Rise it out well so that there are no soap residues. Never use fabric softener.
Impregnating waterproof garments
When you impregnate your jacket, it is a good idea to put it in the dryer after washing it. This reactivates the water repellent layer on the outside. After several washes, the outside of your garment will absorb moisture. The jacket will become heavy and feel cold and clammy. When that happens, it is time to impregnate the jacket. Use a product made for the washing machine or choose a spray.
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