Haglofs Spire Jacket
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Haglofs Spire Jacket
© Haglofs, Jun 2013
A reinforced Gore-Tex® Active Shell Jacket that is extremely breathable and durable, with details such as mountain helmet compatible hood and two chest pockets.

  • Inner membrane protection is incorporated into the fabric, so no mesh lining is needed thus saving weight
  • Elegant pattern construction and the low bulk fabric combine to reduce weight and bulk
  • DWR treated surfaces
  • 3 way adjustable mountain helmet compatible hood
  • 2 way main zip with chin guard and weather guard behind
  • Two mid mounted chest pockets with venting internal construction
  • Articulated sleeves with Velcro cuff adjustment
  • Single handed waist hem cord adjustment
  • Rear hanging loop
  • Centre back length: 77.5cm men's size L, and 71.5cm women's, size M

Care instructions

Weight:380 g (size L)

Sizes:S / M / L / XL / XXL (Size chart)

Colors

  • Dynamite/Danger
  • Firefly/Sea Sparkle
  • Granite/Magnetite
  • Storm Blue/Gale Blue

Shell layer -  GORE-TEX® Active 3-layer 105 g/m²

  • Material: 100% Polyamide double ripstop 30D face with ePTFE membrane and light knitted backer.
  • Performance: Hydrostatic head: >18,000mm, RET:<3
  • Weight: 105 g/m²

 

Fabrics -  GORE-TEX® Active 3-layer 120g/m²

  • Material: 100% Polyamide, strong, plain, semi dull weave face, ePTFE membrane and a light knitted backer
  • Performance: Hydrostatic head: >18,000 mm, RE T: <3
  • Weight: 120 g/m²
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For more information visit www.haglofs.com
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