The 90% down/10% feather fill guarantees maximum warmth. Hood.
3D mesh on the back and sides guarantees good breathability.
Freedom of movement
3D mesh on the back for freedom of movement.
Maximum protection: High neck, under-helmet hood.
Two hand pockets on the side
Down makes this jacket easy to compress.
Comfortable and lightweight jacket (90% down/10% feathers).
Heat zones added where you need them most.
Stretch zones on the back, sides, and under the arms for freedom of movement.
The very breathable, stretch fabric also wicks away perspiration.
The hood fits under your helmet; the high collar protects you from the elements.
During intense physical exertion, being dressed too warmly can actually make you feel cold. Unable to escape, perspiration stays on your skin. So, it’s practical to have a liner jacket that you can remove in milder temperatures It’s also important to open or close the vents to match the intensity of your physical effort before you get too hot or cold.
What should you wear under your ski jacket?
To stay warm and dry, use the 3-layers rule: a base layer to keep you dry, a second layer to keep you warm, an outer layer to protect you from the elements.
C1: it keeps you dry by wicking away perspiration from the skin to the other layers.
C2: it provides warmth, like down jackets or fleece pullovers.
*What does RDS certification mean?
Ethical down certified by RDS (Responsible Down Standard).
Our traceability system guarantees the origin of the feathers in accordance with our commitment to using responsible materials. Our suppliers are committed to using only feathers that come from ducks bred for their meat and are plucked after slaughtering.
Down/feather fill power
For this 90% down/10% feather jacket
The fill power is the capacity of the down to insulate by "trapping" a certain volume of air. Down has more fill power (a higher CUIN number) and takes up more space, trapping more air and providing greater insulation.
The advantages of duck down and feather fill
The down’s long-lasting fill power gives it three important qualities for freeriding:
- Thermal insulation, thanks to the air trapped in the down and feathers
- Ultra-lightweight: although lighter than synthetic fill, down offers the same degree of warmth. Even lighter in your backpack
How to wash your down jacket
Some tips: close all the zippers on your down jacket and put it in the washing machine (synthetic cycle at 30°C).
To preserve its fill power and warmth, put two tennis balls in the machine
Set on a gentle spin cycle: a fast spin cycle creates clumps that are difficult to break up.
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How to dry my down jacket
During washing, the down loses its loft. Tumble-drying is the best way to restore loft and fill power. Put your down jacket in the dryer with two tennis balls. Run 2–3 drying cycles.
If you do not have a tumble dryer, you can completely dry your down jacket on a drying rack by turning it over and patting regularly.
Our products' environmental impact
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