This Primaloft® Sport 100 jacket is ideal for hiking and for travelling and is as warm as a real feather jacket.
Its lightweight outer Micro-RipStop fabric protects against the wind, while being durable and water repellent. It has no membrane so is totally breathable.
The practical Primaloft jacket is so compact that it can be stored in 1 minute in the pocket inside the garment.
It should be worn as a 2nd layer, with a base layer underneath, and maybe with a totally waterproof coat on top in case of heavy rain.
- PrimaLoft® Sport 100g/m² insulation, the top of the PrimaLoft® range, see diagram in photo.
- High-neck collar for good face protection.
- 2 side pockets + 1 interior pocket with earphone hole.
- Adjustment drawstring at the waist.
- Fitting, feminine cut.
- Lightweight: just 380g at size M
PrimaLoft® is the warmest and lightest synthetic insulation in the world.
Primaloft® was developed by NASA for military and space use, and provides an immediate feeling of warmth, similar to goose feather padding, with the added benefit of wind protection and breathability. The thermal properties of Primaloft® hardly change when in contact with moisture, unlike feather padding, which creases and sticks together, thus losing 40% of its insulation effect.
Comparison between primaloft® Sport / goose feather padding at equal insulation weight
Conditions in dry weather: Primaloft® sport 100 = duvet power 500
Conditions in wet weather: Primaloft® will be warmer than any wet feather padding!
|Insulation Level||Extra Warm|
|Fabric||PrimaLoft® Sport 100 - 100g/m²|
|Weight||360g en taille M|
|Usage||Snowshoe Walking, Ski Touring, Mountain, Extreme Cold, Winter Hiking, Cross Country Skiing, Piste Skiing, Ice Climbing, Nordic Walking|
|Water Resistance||Water repellent with anti-stain treatment|
|Wind Resistance||Good. Upto 60km/h|
|Key Features||Ultra light, Primaloft® insulation. The warmest synthetic insulation in the world|
- Number of Reviews : 5
- Average Grade : 4.6 /5
- F. Mathilde
- C. Odile
- B. Stephanie
- D. Patrick
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