The Womens SF Thrudark Phalanx Fleece is a mid-layer designed to provide essential warmth for layering up in mid-low temperature environments. The body’s natural warmth is contained in thermal air pockets constructed from precision knit, napped, and sheared polyester. HIGHLOFT™ consists of hydrophobic yarns that repel moisture and speed dry times. This symmetrical design is not only soft, but also reduces surface friction for versatile layering options. External hand and chest pockets provide stowage for mission essential items. Phalanx formation – prepare to ADVANCE!
An extremely versatile jacket utilising our robust RIPPER 3-layer waterproof fabric across the shoulders and hood, the same RIP-STOP material designed for specialist military units. The body and arms are enhanced with our 4-way stretch water resistant fabric allowing for dynamic movements without compromising on performance. The helmet compatible hood has been incorporated with Cohæsive™ cord lock technology for rapid adjustments. When the heavens open give yourself some freedom of movement … move heaven and earth.
3-Layer waterproof ripstop shoulders and hood.
4-Way stretch body to allow for a diverse range of functional movements.
Upper arm and hood velcro patches designed to incorporate reflective patches, emergency strobes and lighting systems for use in emergency situations.
Cohaesive cord lock system hood.
Elasticated and velcro adjustable cuffs.
2 YKK aquaguard zip arm pockets and 2 YKK aquaguard zip micro fleece lined hand warmer pockets for multiple storage options.
Oversized hood peak for protection against sunlight and showers.
3 elasticated drawcords for correct hood fitment.
ThruDark Insignia patches compatible
Weight of this garment is 625 grams (approx) this was based on a size Medium
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