BRYNJE Expedition Hard Shell Jacket Women's
Women's expedition jacket with a large hood, in red and in the highest equipment. Developed with leading Norwegian mountain leaders and tested in extreme races. It does not get wet, does not blow through, removes moisture thanks to the innovative 3-layer Schoeller C-Change membrane (water column 20,000 mm), which changes its properties according to temperature. Diverts when you are active and isolates at rest. 2 chest pockets, 2 on the side, another inside. Glued waterproof seams. Waterproof zippers YKK.
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Materials: Shoeller WB fromula fabric with C-change hydrophilic membrane
top layer: 77% polyamide, 17% polyurethane, 6% elastane, lining 100% polycolon
- waterproof, water column 20,000 mm
- does not blow
- Schoeller C-change permeable membrane
- quick-drying material
- large hood with space for a helmet, 4 settings / downloads
- hood with the possibility of attaching a fur collar
- hood edge with wire reinforcement
- high collar with chin protection
- taped seams
- 2 chest pockets, 2 large side pockets
- pocket on the left sleeve
- 2 hidden pockets
- lining with mesh panels for insulation and optimal ventilation
- YKK waterproof zippers, YKK front two-way zipper with flap
- Brynje Super Thermo mesh on the shoulders and back for air insulation
- Velcro loop for attaching various accessories (eg gloves)
- tested during snowstorms
- Ventilation under the shoulders with two-way zipper holes.
weight 950 grams in size M
Brynje of Norway
Brynje is a top lingerie and clothing that works in any weather. The family business was founded in 1887 in Larvik, Norway. In the 1950s, they developed the first net-worn clothing, which was tested by Norwegian soldiers on the Hardangervidda plateau. Brynje was the first thermal underwear on Mt. Everest, already protecting Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay in 1953. Brynje thermal underwear is still used by members of expeditions, rescue services, as well as athletes and tourists.