SWISSWOOL PIZ BOÈ JACKET M
Colour: clay orange
Size and fit
This product contains no environmentally harmful per- or polyfluorinated chemicals (PFCs).
This product was made in Europe. As such we support regional expertise, eliminating long transport routes.
This product was manufactured under fair working conditions in conformity with Fair Wear Foundation.
This product is climate neutral. It was produced in the most environmentally friendly way possible. Any unavoidable CO2 emissions have been offset.
For more sustainability! This product contains recycled polyamide.
Less weight, more performance
Lightweight, water-resistant insulating jacket with SWISSWOOL for ski tours
- less weight with increased insulation
- excellent moisture regulation
- maximum freedom of movement
The SWISSWOOL PIZ BOÈ JACKET for men is ideal for the discerning ski tourer who knows that less is more: less weight, less volume but more performance.
The robust PERTEX® QUANTUM shell makes the lightweight insulating jacket extremely windproof and abrasion resistant, with the quilted outer fabric providing a stylish pixel look. A 60 g/m2 SWISSWOOL® lining not only provides excellent insulation against the cold, the fibers also have a moisture-regulating function, absorbing up to 35% of their own weight in moisture. Thanks to its athletic cut and elastic MERINO NATURETEC LIGHT inserts under the arms, the SWISSWOOL PIZ BOÈ JACKET for men adapts to your every move, even in the most demanding terrain.
The tight-fitting, elastic hood, elastic waistband and cuffs keep the wind and cold at bay on freezing summits. The two generous front pockets and breast pocket provide space for items you need to keep at hand, even if you have a backpack or belt.
The SWISSWOOL PIZ BOÈ JACKET for men is therefore the ideal companion for demanding tours, where low weight and maximum performance are required.
Area of usage
Product features Product features
- 1 Chest pocket
- 2 front pockets
- Elastic hood
- Elastic cuffs
- Ergonomic cut
- Stretch underarm inserts made of MERINO NATURETEC LIGHT
- water repellent
Material properties Material properties
- Ideal weight-to-insulation ratio (60 g/ m²)
- Produced and processed in an environmentally-friendly way
- Highest-quality comfortable insulation fibers that can absorb up to 35 % of their own weight in moisture without feeling wet to the touch (better than synthetic fibers)
- Sustainable raw material
- Optimized pack size
- WATER RESISTANT
- Warm even when wet (better than down)
- Made in Europe
- Naturetec light: Elastic and breathable
- PFC free
OUTER: PERTEX® QUANTUM: 100 % polyamide (recycled) PADDING: 88 % virgin wool (SWISSWOOL) + 12 % polylactide LINING: 100 % polyamide (recycled) INSERTS: 75 % polyamide (recycled) + 18 % wool (OWP-MERINO) + 7 % elastane
We have been using SWISSWOOL – wool fibers from Switzerland – as insulation material since 2011. A sustainable wool of regional origin, it warms superbly even when wet, is easy to care for and offers a perfect microclimate.
Sustainable PERTEX® QUANTUM material is made of recycled polyamide, and its tight weave makes it extremely windproof and abrasion resistant yet comfortably soft. It is also particularly lightweight with a small pack size.
SCHOELLER®-NATURETEC is a weatherproof softshell combination of fine MERINO WOOL and durable polyamide. It is elastic and comfortably soft, and its high breathability provides a good body climate.
2 FRONT POCKETS
Warm fingers and plenty of storage space
STRETCH UNDERARM INSERTS
Made of MERINO NATURETEC LIGHT.
The special features of the robust wool fibers from Switzerland are their outstanding thermal properties and excellent climate control. SWISSWOOL is our climate-neutral insulation material with a regional origin.
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