Pristine powder led you to the summit, the Klamath keeps you there with a sherpa lining and 10k weather proofing, offering supreme thermal retention and dryness. Part of the Adventure Division, the hooded snow jacket is made from a heavy duty twill, coated with 10k lamination, finished with a DWR finish and waterproof zippers for added weather resistance. Warm 200g body / 140 sleeve insulation is met with quilted taffeta and sherpa lining for superior heat. Additional details include removable faux fur at the hood, adjustable cuffs and hood, tricot-lined pockets, zip front with storm flap, and a chest pocket with a neoprene phone compartment.
- A/Div Parka
- Heavy Twill Fabric 10K / 10K With Tpu Lamination And Dwr
- Padding Weight 200 Gr For Body And 140 For Sleeves
- Rib Details On Cuffs
- Adjustable Cuffs & Hood
- Removable Fur On Hood
- Snow Pockets Secure With Flaps & Waterproof Zippers And Tricot Lined
- Storm Flap Over Centre Front Zipper
- Utility Pocket On Sleeve
- Internal Pocket With Zip Closure
- Chest Pocket With Dedicated Neoprene Phone Compartment
- Tafeta Lining With Onion QuiltingSherpa Lining
| 10K/10K Fabric Properties |
> The first number (10K) is in millimeters (mm) and is a measure of how waterproof a fabric is. In the case of a 10k or 10,000 mm fabric, if you put a square tube with inner dimensions of 1” x 1” over a piece of said fabric, you could fill it with water to a height of 10,000 mm before water would begin to leak through. The second number (10K) is a measure of how breathable the fabric is, and is normally expressed in terms of how many grams (g) of water vapor can pass through a square meter (m2) of the fabric from the inside to the outside in a 24 hour period.
| DWR On Finished Fabric |
> DWR (Durable Water Repellent) is a coating added to fabrics at the factory to make them water-resistant (or hydrophobic). Durable Water Repellents are commonly used to prevent the outer layer of fabric from becoming saturated with water.