THE NORTH FACE W SANGRO PLUS JKT - LAVENDER FOG/MELD GREY
This fabric provides an impenetrable barrier to rain and snow for guaranteed dryness.
Air can easily pass through the fabric in this garment, helping to regulate body temperature.
Standard fit: This garment is true to size for an easy, comfortable fit.
You don't always need fussy details and loads of pockets. Sometimes you just want a really good waterproof jacket and that's exactly what the Sangro is.
This shell is made from lightweight, two-layer DryVent™ with taped seams and a water-repellent finish.
All of this means you stay dry, protected from the wind and won't get too hot and sweaty in the process - ideal when hiking in shifting conditions. Although this slim-fitting waterproof has a clean look, it does still have features you need when hiking in bad weather.
Like a placket over the front zip. And the Velcro® cuffs, shock cord hem and adjustable, stowable hood - all to keep wind and rain out.
The lining is soft mesh taffeta and your chin is protected from the zip with a smooth brushed knit chin guard. Two hand pockets finish it all off nicely.
Centreback : 73,6 Cm
Fabric - Main Body - Solid Colours : 117 G/M², 2L DryVent™–100% Polyester With Durable Water-Repellent (DWR) Finish
Fabric - Main Body - Heather Colour : 132 G/M², 2L DryVent™ –100% Polyester With Durable Water-Repellent (DWR) Finish
Waterproof, breathable, seam-sealed two-layer DryVent™
Mesh - Taffeta body lining
Brushed knit collar and chin guard lining
Centre front zip under placket with Velcro® closure
Adjustable hood stows in collar
Two secure-zip hand pockets
Shock cord regulation adjustment at hood and hem
Self-fabric cuffs with Velcro® closure
Durable water-repellent (DWR) finish
Seamsealed two- and three-layer DryVent™ fabrics are engineered to be waterproof, windproof and breathable.
HOW TO CARE
CLOSE ALL FASTENINGS
Before cleaning, turn your product inside out and close all Velcro® fastenings and zips to prevent accidental damage.
Machine wash at 40°C or below with similar colours.
To get the best performance out of your gear, wash it as often as necessary to remove impurities, such as sweat, dirt, campfire smoke and cooking odours.
RETREAT THE GARMENT
To prolong the life of your weatherproof gear, you’ll need to retreat the garment to replace the waterproof coating after a certain amount of washes.
If you notice that water is not beading as well as it did when you first purchased the garment, it may be time to retreat it.
You can replace the durable water-repellent coating (DWR) with a spray-on or wash-in product, following the instructions carefully.