Amble Refuge Womens Plus Size Waterproof Jacket Long Black 2XL-4XL
Introducing the Amble Refuge Women's plus size rain jacket in classic black. Stay prepared for whatever nature throws your way with this rain Jacket, longer in length and tailored in an a-line shape specifically for those who demand a comfortable and stylish fit in larger sizes.
Absolutely Waterproof 🌧 : Designed to keep you completely dry, no matter the weather. This isn't your typical showerproof solution – it's genuinely waterproof. We're talking about enduring a day of relentless pouring rain kind of waterproof. Our fabric is meticulously laminated and treated with a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) spray, guaranteeing that water beads off effortlessly. In technical terms, it boasts a rating of 10,000mm for unparalleled waterproofing.
Exceptionally Breathable 😁 : Say goodbye to those jackets that keep you dry but leave you sweating. We've engineered our fabrics to offer the perfect balance of waterproofing and breathability. With a remarkable breathability rating of 10,000g, you'll stay comfortable and dry, even during active pursuits.
Ultra Windproof 🍃 : Every seam is meticulously taped, ensuring no wind (or rain) can penetrate. Stay toasty and dry in any weather, thanks to our windproof construction.
Amble Womens Refuge Plus Size Waterproof Jacket Black 2XL-4XL
Amble Womens Refuge Plus Size Waterproof Jacket Black Features:
- Fully waterproof (not just showerproof)
- Breathable & windproof
- Large, adjustable hood with drawstring
- Zippered front & snap buttons
- Zippered front pockets
- Longer mid-thigh length with a dipped back
- Product Weight: 510g
- Fabric ♻️ High quality, durable and comfortable; made from 100% recycled polyester. Our fabric is made from recycled PET bottles that are GRS certified (Global Recycled Standard); a third-party certification ensuring they are post-consumer, with over 31 bottles recycled per jacket
- Trees 🌳 One tree planted for every jacket made to help offset our impact
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