Women's Country Walking Waterproof Jacket Raincut Zip

€ 13.00

Designed for nature hikers looking for extra protection against rain and wind.

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SKU: S134585 / 2191613 / 8383702
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Product benefits Designed for nature hikers looking for extra protection against rain and wind.
  1. Waterproof
    2000 mm rated waterproof coating | Main seams taped | Hood
  2. Easy transport
    2 pockets | The right-hand pocket has a rip-tab for storing the jacket inside
  3. Ventilation
    Ventilation areas on the upper back, the air flows to reduce condensation
  4. Breathability
    Hydrophilic coating (RET=12: reduces condensation under the rain protector
  5. Anatomic design
    the waist can be pulled in by a draw cord with a toggle
  6. Ease of use
    Fabric zip pull on the front zip that can be opened easily while wearing gloves
  7. Lightweight
    Lightweight and compact rain jacket | Weight: 220 g in size M
Product feature
  1. What we've done to reduce our environmental impact
    We take care of our planet to preserve nature and help preserve the pleasure of hiking. By recycling plastic bottles to produce our polyester, we have reduced the utilisation of oil-based resources while preserving the quality and performance of the material during your activities. The green colour of this Raincut Zip model benefits from this process.
  2. A score for comparing products' environmental impact
    On a scale of A to E, this jacket obtained a score of B. The environmental impacts of our products are calculated over their entire life cycle. A score is attributed to each product so that you can easily identify the most eco-friendly products within a particular family. Decathlon is a voluntary supporter of this environmentally-friendly labelling approach.
  3. Waterproofing of the garment
    The garment passed a shower test under 60 litres of water/sqm/hour for one hour. This test reproduces the average conditions of a rain shower. The fabric of this jacket is water repellent, i.e. water runs off its surface without getting absorbed. This prevents the fabric from soaking up water and keeps it lightweight and breathable. The water repellent property is achieved by treating the fabric's exterior. In addition, we taped the main seams that are most exposed to the rain.
  4. How to maintain the waterproof property of your jacket over time
    In order to maintain good waterproofing over time, the fabric's water-repellent properties must be restored regularly. We recommend doing this every three washes or after a dozen uses in the rain. The waterproof property is easily reactivated by warming the fabric: either in your tumble dryer or with a hair dryer, for example, over a relatively short period. If you are washing it, it must be thoroughly rinsed.
  5. Measuring the waterproof rating, expressed in mm or Schmerbers
    We measure a fabric's resistance to water pressure, expressed in terms of the height of a water column in mm (based on the ISO 811 standard). The higher the water pressure, the more waterproof the fabric. A component with a waterproof rating of 2,000 mm can therefore withstand the pressure exerted by a 2,000 mm water column.
  6. Component breathability
    To find out whether a fabric is breathable, we measure its thermal evaporative resistance coefficient (RET) based on the ISO 11092 standard. The lower the fabric's resistance, the more water vapour generated by physical activity can escape, and the higher the fabric's breathability. - RET < 9 = extremely breathable fabric - 9 < RET < 12 = very breathable fabric - 12 < RET < 20 = breathable fabric - RET > 20 = little or no breathability
  7. How to choose your waterproof jacket based on your outings and level of exertion
    During physical exercise, the extent to which we perspire depends on the intensity or duration of the effort made. If the breathability of the fabric is not adapted to your type of physical activity, the perspiration vapour condenses inside the jacket. You feel damp inside: this isn't rain getting through, but condensation from sweat. You need to choose a rain jacket according to your physical activity level. This rain jacket was designed for 2-hour hikes walking at a pace of no more than 5km/h.
  8. Additional recommended products
    Wear the Raincut waterproof over-trousers to protect your lower body as well. You will then have a comprehensive protection system that is effective against the wind and showers. These over-trousers also benefit from an eco-design approach, with the dope dyeing process. Not only does dyeing require a lot of water but it also discharges waste water from the dye baths. We therefore chose a bulk dyeing process that incorporates the colour pigments from the yarn manufacturing phase onwards.
  9. Warranty
    Our waterproof hiking jackets and over-trousers are guaranteed for 2 years. Our commitment? To provide long-lasting products that you can use for all your country walks and strolls. Because the products we love the most are those that have a story to tell and will have more to tell in the future!
Product testing
  1. Composition
    Main fabric : 100.0% Polyester Coating : 100.0% Polyurethane
  2. Storage advice
    We advise you to always make sure that this rain jacket is completely dry before storing it.
  3. Cleaning advice
    Wash at 30°C. Use liquid detergent; do not add fabric conditioner. Fasten zips and rip-tabs before washing. Restore the water-repellent properties with an appropriate treatment after each wash. A complete range of specially designed care products for wate
  4. Product information
    This women's waterproof country walking jacket is fitted at the waist. Waterproof rain protection you can take anywhere: lightweight, compact and breathable and can be stored in its pocket!
  5. Lab tested
    All our models are tested by hikers that are representative of our target market under the same conditions as those you will encounter in real-life use. We believe that carrying out 'real-life' testing is the only way to design and continuously advance th