Men's Ski Down Jacket Slide 300 designed for skiers or snowboarders seeking a down ski jacket to use at a temperature range of 30.2°f and 8.6°f
The SLIDE 300 WARM jacket is perfect for skiers and snowboarders who love skiing even in extreme cold. The down/feather filling provides perfect insulation.
Ideal temperature of use: 30.2°F. Maximum temperature of use: 8.6°F
Wadding 50% duck feathers - 50% duck down.
Water repellent jacket. Able to resist light snow.
Easy to use
Snow skirt. Jacket hem and cuff cinch cord with stretch bias.
2 secure hand pockets. ski pass pocket. 1 inside pocket
Note C - Comparison: warm men's jacket- technical info details
Recommended temperature: 30.2°F.
The "recommended" temperature refers to the ideal temperature for 75% of participants (neutral or slightly cool); 25% of participants state being a little cold, without it being unacceptable and consider the product suitable for the intended use.
Limit temperature: 8.6°F
The "limit" temperature is the temperature at which the item should be worn with caution as it is unsuitable for 2/3 of participants who feel cold. However, the item is still fine at this temperature for 1/3 of participants who do not feel hot or cold (neutral) as they are less sensitive to the cold - or can manage the cold, or those carrying out more intense activities.
Down and feather inner wadding.
Recognized for their essential insulation properties, down and feathers have an unparalleled warmth-to-weight ratio. A feather/down lining is considered to be very compressible, light and warm and gives good insulation while remaining lightweight."
Recommendation on thermal adjustment
Wearing the right kit on the ski slopes
In order to keep warm and dry, we recommend using the 3-layer rule. The principle is simple: Use 3 layers of fabric, each having a particular function. Your skiing base-layer and your liner jacket must produce and retain warmth. Your ski jacket will protect you from the weather conditions. All these layers should be breathable in order to evacuate humidity.
We know how much energy is expended during a day's skiing or snowboarding. That’s why we take particular care in choosing all the elements that make up our products to guarantee the best possible protection.
Ski pass pocket
You no longer need to get your ski pass out because your sleeve has a ski pass pocket to allow you to access the cable cars quickly.
The snow skirt is a protection system at waist level that closes with press snaps at the bottom of the ski or snowboard jacket. It prevents snow and air from entering during practice and especially in case of falling.
Ideally, take your padded jacket to the dry cleaner's.
You may also wash it in the washing machine + tumble dryer however the process is quite complex.
Use the following link to see our machine washing recommendations video
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The product's environmental footprint is calculated for its entire life and with various indicators. A score of A, B, C, D or E is made to help you easily identify the most eco-friendly products by comparing products of a similar type (T-shirts, trousers, backpacks).
For Decathlon, this initiative to display environmental data is a priority.
Video explanation: https://youtu.be/8t63KkRwn_8
All Wed'ze products are designed and developed in the Mont Blanc Valley. They are then tested in conditions identical to their target use (snow, cold weather, powder etc.) Our design teams ensure that the product is fit for purpose and able to withstand real-life conditions.
In yellow and navy
Padding : 50.0% Gray duck feather, Padding : 50.0% Gray duck down\r\nMain fabric : 100.0% Polyamide\r\nMain lining : 100.0% Polyester cationic\r\nSecondary lining : 100.0% Polyamide
Store on a hanger and do not fold, as this can damage the fabric coating. Make sure that the garment is completely dry before storing in a dry and well-ventilated place.
1. Synthetic cycle at 86°F with just a little detergent. Put 2 tennis balls in the wash to air the down. 2. Rinse twice. 3. - Tumble dry on a synthetic cycle with 2 tennis balls to air the down. - May also be dried flat. The down should be placed on a rack so that both sides are exposed to the air. Turn over and pat the jacket so that the feathers do not bunch up. Leave to dry for at least 4 days.