Windhoody - no pockets
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CLOSEOUT - NO BACKORDERS - These are the old model WITHOUT POCKETS.
Sometimes a combination of relatively inexpensive fabrics outperforms the latest laminated chemical marvel, windshirts are an example of this in action. Add a lightweight, high thread count windproof fabric to a brushed polyester liner fabric and the result is a garment that is almost as warm as a fleece, is easy to wash and works as an outer layer in most weather and a mid layer in the rest.
Your wallet won't regret you owning one of these and it will most likely be one of your all time favourite bits of clothing. A true Cactus product through and through. The way it folds down real small and it's light weight makes it the perfect layering garment whether you're cycling, climbing, skiing, tramping or just find yourself at a typical kiwi BBQ once the suns goes down.
Closeout deal - no backorders
- Wind and shower resistant outer layer
- Warm lining to keep the warmth against your skin
- Hood to keep you snug
- Fitted design for multiple applications
- Built Cactus Tough
- Internal zip access chest pocket
- Made in New Zealand with first world environmental and labour values
- Casual styling which won't let you down in most social situations
- YKK zips because they're the best
- Fabric : High quality Japanese Downproof Nylon Taffeta, Polyester C-Liner lining
- Weight : (large) 525grams
- Cold machine or hand wash
- Use mild detergent or pure soap (preferably one that's nice to the earth)
- Close zips while washing (they'll last longer)
- Ok to tumble dry on lowish heat or line dry - it won't take long!
Windshirt Sizing Chart
Finished Garment Measurements
|Arm length from collar seam to bottom edge of sleeve
|Back length from centre back below collar||cm
Customer Reviews:carolynonamountain (Wednesday, 12 October 2011)
Loved this jacket!! Used it overtop of merino and softshell trekking in the Karakorums and it performed awesomely.. Please can you make a womens version??
kbr (Monday, 19 September 2011)
Best jacket ever. Wo
it almost every day this winter, from full on winter storm conditions climbing in the Ohau Range to sweating out the bootpacks at Temple Basin and even dinner and a show in Auckland (Cirque de Soleil, Saltimbanco – go see it!) Love this jacket