Elegant insulated winter jacket with proven cut with sewn climate-membrane, several pockets: 5 on front, big inner one, a pocket under the flop covering the zipper, sewn shoulder and side reinforcements (Ertex fabric), sleeves end with elastic cuffs with switching buckles, drawstring at the waist and at the bottom, detachable hood (also with climate-membrane)
strong, special double–layered fabric – strong outer fabric (100% polyester) with a heavily polished surface laminated with a smooth fabric (cotton/ polyester), water-resistant treatment
Special, very thin fabric ensures full waterproofness and windproofness of the clothes while it also keeps breathability for the pairs from the inside. Used for modern outdoor clothes for every weather.
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This special modern fabric is very effective for use in the production of clothes with an interesting, “luxury” appearance, while retaining strength and durability characteristics. The lamination of two types of fabrics makes it possible to use this soft, flexible, and heavily combed fabric on the surface and reinforced with a strong resistant fabric that is lightly polished from the bottom side (for a pleasant touch). This connection of two different fabrics creates an interesting and high-quality material for the production of extremely elegant clothes.
The increase in the value of many garments is ensured by the addition of special KLIMARON cloths to ensure full waterproofness while maintaining the ability to breathe (breathability for moisture / water vapor from the inside). All seams on the climate-membrane are for a complete sealing against moisture penetration covered with a special fusing strip.
This climate-membrane KLIMARON, which has very good technical characteristics for both water-permeability and vapor permeability, is used in many types of jackets and trousers. It is an extremely thin, lightweight fabric that is sewn as a separate layer between the top fabric and the undercoat. The advantage of this method of using the climate membrane is, unlike lamination / sticking to the top layer (a cheaper way of using the climate membrane) increasing the resistance of this climate membrane - not subject to wear together with the topcoat (abrasion, tearing ...) it does not crack, unstick, do not peel, etc. Also, if the upper fabric is demaged (eg burst), the cloth does not break the membrane - the functionality of the garment remains, the top cloth can only be sewn and does not have to be glued