Vigeln 3 in 1 Jacket W
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A 3 in 1 jacket that gives you full flexibility. You have a waterproof relaxed shell jacket for autumn and spring, a sophisticated insulated jacket for dry days and a winter jacket combined. Mix as you wish and you are ready for all weather conditions all year around. PFCec Free DWR and partially bio-based lining.
A jacket setup that prepares you for all seasons
- SHELL JACKET
- Waterproof and windproof Gore-Tex® 2L (PFCec Free DWR)
- Adjustable hood with storm flap
- Centre front opening with two-way zipper and double storm flaps
- Button closure
- Two hand warming pockets with brushed tricot lining
- Adjustable sleeve ends
- Adjustable waist
- Lining made in partially bio-based Polyester
- PFCec Free DWR
- Bluesign® and Oeko-Tex® approved fabric
- ISOLATION JACKET
- Inner jacket made with partially bio-based polyester
- Padding in 100% recycled polyester
- Two hand pockets and one inner chest pocket
- Bluesign® approved fabric
- GRS certified (Global Recycle Standard)
The shell jacket is waterproof and windproof and made out of Gore-Tex® 2L. The functions include adjustable hood, two-way front zipper, warming hand pockets and waist adjustment to keep the warmth inside. The longer fit gives you full weather protection even when you sit. When you wear the shell jacket on its own, without the isolation jacket, you have a jacket with relaxed fit.
The insulated jacket can be worn as isolation under the shell jacket but also works great as a stand-alone jacket with hood, two hand pockets and an inner chest pocket. The padding is made out of recycled polyester, partially bio-based.
Combine the two jackets and you have a waterproof and insulated jacket for those cold days. This gives you the sweet jacket setup keeping you dry and warm no matter the weather
In Vigeln 3 in 1 Jacket we use partially bio-based lining. The clothing industry as a whole are using more and more fossil based materials like polyester and nylon. The availability of recycled synthetics is at the same time increasing, which we at Tierra think is good to give the materials a longer life. Still the raw material is not renewable and we have to start thinking of a future with less oil dependency. One option would be to start using only materials deriving from crops and animals, like wool, down, cotton, hemp and tencel. But the synthetics have properties and strengths that are unmatched by natural fibres, for example weight to strength ratio and fast drying. In the development towards a less oil dependent future Tierra have started to work with bio-based synthetics and in this garment the lining is partially bio-based.
PFCec Free DWR from Gore
Since 2014, Tierra have been using fluorocarbon free DWR on all garments except Gore products. Gore has now set ambitious goals on eliminating PFCs of Environmental Concern from the life cycle of its consumer fabrics products by 2023. First out is implementing PFCec Free DWR on all 2-layer materials and Paclite from fall/winter 2018. Of course, we embrace this and simultaneously launch our first PFCec Free Gore products. Learn more about Gore’s PFC goal here.