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  • Immersion Research Zephyr Jacket
  • Immersion Research Zephyr Jacket

Immersion Research Zephyr Jacket

$138.00
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The Zephyr jacket is a mesh-lined paddle jacket designed to provide lightweight protection from wind, rain, splash, and sun.

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The Zephyr jacket is a mesh-lined paddle jacket designed to provide lightweight protection from wind, rain, splash, and sun.

 

Polyester face fabric helps the Zephyr jacket stay lighter, breathe better, dry faster, and avoid condensation to keep you feeling dry. An articulated cut provides excellent freedom of movement. The mesh lining helps keep the shell off your skin allowing better breathability and eliminates the clammy feeling most waterproof jackets create when worn with short sleeve base layers. Adjustable hook and loop wrists and neck can be tightened down to keep water out or worn loosely to increase airflow. Low profile drawstring waist mates perfectly with a spray skirt reducing bulk around your midsection. 

 

Features

 

2-layer waterproof/breathable shell treated with C6 DWR (durable water repellent) finish

Adjustable hook and loop neckband and wrist cuffs

Fully seam taped

Size variations available to fit paddlers of all shapes and sizes (S-XXL)

 

Technical Specs

 

Shell Fabric: 2-layer recycled polyester

Fabric Weight: 127g/m²

Waterproofness (mm h₂o): 10,000

Breathability (g/m²/24h): 4000

Weight: .89lbs (15oz)

 

 

Garment Size
 
  HEIGHT (FEET) WEIGHT (LBS) CHEST (INCHES)
SMALL 5'2" - 5'8" 135 - 155 33 - 37
MEDIUM 5'6" - 5'10" 150 - 175 36 - 40
LARGE 5'10" - 6'2" 165 - 190 39 - 43
XLARGE 5'10" - 6'4" 185 - 230 42 - 46
XXLARGE 6 - 6'5" 215 - 245 45 - 51
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