Women's Sailing Oilskin Slicker 100 designed for occasional inshore sailors. 3 to 4 half days of sailing per year in moderate rain.
This sailing oilskin revisited in a waterproof, breathable and soft fabric will protect you from bad weather for inshore sailing and every day.
3 hours under moderate rain (> 4000 mm). Fully taped seams. Water repellent.
Salt water resistant
Injected plastic zipper.
Very breathable coating (RET<12)
3 secure pockets. (2 outer, 1 inner)
Fabric helps stop the windchill effect.
Comparison: women's waterproof jacket - technical info details
- Coated fabric
- >4000 mm of water pressure.
- Fully taped seams.
- Two-way adjustable hood.
- Sleeve cuffs adjustable by hook and loop fastener strips.
- Central opening features a flap with a drainage channel for optimal waterproofing.
- Tested under a simulated moderate rain shower (100 L/hr/sqm) for 3 hours.
RET <12: very breathable.
To find out whether a fabric is breathable, we measure its evaporative resistance, or RET, (test based on the ISO 11092 standard). It is its ability to allow the water vapor produced by the body during exercise to escape.
- Two-way adjustable hood.
RESISTANCE TO WEAR
- Injected plastic central zipper resistant to salt oxidation.
HOW TO REACTIVATE THE JACKET'S WATER REPELLENCY? \nstep 1: before washing
Close all zippers and flaps and remove any parts of the garment that cannot be washed. Also remember to loosen the straps and elastic parts and empty the pockets.
Then turn the garment inside out to wash it.
HOW TO REACTIVATE THE JACKET'S WATER REPELLENCY? \nstep 2: washing
You can wash your jacket on a synthetic cycle at 86°F or 104°F with your usual detergent. Do not use fabric conditioner, which could damage the existing performance of the garment, or bleach.
Also take care not to bend your jacket too much when you place it in the washing machine and do not overload your machine.
Very important: select a thorough rinse or double rinse to completely remove all detergent residue.
HOW TO REACTIVATE THE JACKET'S WATER REPELLENCY? \nstep 3: drying
Drying is a crucial phase in reactivating the water repellent treatment.
We recommend that you lay your jacket flat on a clothes rack and leave it out to dry in the open. Caution: never dry your jacket directly on a radiator.
Then place it in the tumble dryer on a short synthetics cycle, i.e. 10 to 15 minutes, before turning it back the right way round. Caution: do not over-dry the garment.
HOW TO REACTIVATE THE JACKET'S WATER REPELLENCY?
If, despite this procedure of washing and thorough rinsing followed by gentle drying in a tumble dryer, the drops of water no longer run off the surface of your jacket, we recommend that you "re-waterproof" it using a waterproofing spray or detergent sold in our stores.
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Main fabric : 100.0% Polyamide\r\nSecondary lining : 100.0% Polyester cationic\r\nMain lining : 100.0% Polyamide
Store in a dry place, but do not leave your garment on a heat source such as a radiator, as this may damage the breathable membrane or coating.
Machine wash your Raincoastal waterproof oilskin at 86°F. Turn inside out and fasten the velcro. Choose a long rinse and gentle spin cycle. Line dry if possible. Occasional tumble drying on low for a short period of time will improve the water repellent treatment. To reactivate the water repellent treatment, you can also iron the fabric at a maximum temperature of 284°F or apply the Tribord re-waterproofing spray.