Warm Trail Running jacket

BLIZZARD 2 H - Men's
Warm Trail Running jacket

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£64.00
2021-09-18 19:47:07 64 H618419-ROUGE-S

Trail runners' favourite mid layer! Strechable, warm and breathable, it is a Must Have! Ideal for running in winter, even as a top layer if it is not raining or snowing.

CIMALP ™ - Est. 1964 - French outdoor specialist

Stretchable and warm

Ideal for running in cool weather, this jacket is mixing two fabrics too keep you warm throughout your running session.

- 3D-Flex fabric for optimal thermal insulation and high strechability;

- Cordura reinforcements on the shoulders and the back to prevent scratches (backpack);

HIGHLIGHTS

HIGHLIGHTS

-Full zip opening with flap
-1 chest zip pocket
-Ergonomic thumbpass
-Wraparound hood to accompany head movement
-Reflective printings
-Ultra light with only 380g;
-Highly breathable

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Brand CIMALP
Insulation WARM
Fabrics CIMAFLEX POWER 250g/m2
Weight 380g in size M
Usage Fast-Hiking, Nordic walking, Ultra-light hiking, Ski touring, Trail Running
Technology 3D-FLEX
Stretchability 3D-Flex® weaving: 100% Stretch
Breathability Totaly breathable
Wind protection Good, 60km/h
Key points Quick drying, Ultra-resistant
Mannequin Our mannequin wears a size M and measures 184 cm
Fitting Slim fit
Sizing advice Small - Choose 1 higher size than usual
Eco-friendly Bluesign® preserves natural resources and reduces the impact on the environment, Organic dyeing

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  • Christopher P

    14/11/2019

    Jacket not yet tested in severe conditions but I will use it for the TEMPLIERS

  • Nicolas M

    28/10/2019

    Alright, maybe a little tight for the M

  • Tiberio V

    23/09/2019

    Very good product will be used on the 100 miles south of France