Description

Cotton Club Field Shield Waterproof

Features

› Stretch 3-Layer Organic Cotton
› 7K mm watercoloumn / 28K / g / m2-24hrs
› 67% Organic Cotton/ 26% Nylon / 7% Lycra
› Reinforcement in waxed cotton ripstop from British Millerain
› Highly breathable electrospun microporous membrane
› Watertight zippers
› Ventilation in sidepockets
› Zipper in the side ensures easy entry/exit
› Big backpack-friendly chest pocket for all your essentials with integrated compartment for smartphone and channel for headphone cord.
› Snow-lock integration with knickerbocker
› Velcro fastening on cuffs

Fabric

› 67% Organic Cotton/ 26% Nylon / 7% Lycra
› Reinforcement in waxed cotton ripstop from British Millerain

Size guide

Men's body measurements
XS S M L XL XXL
Conversion - 46 48 50 52 54
Body height - 170-178 174-182 178-186 182-193 186-196
Chest - 91-96 97-102 103-108 109-114 115-120
Waist - 78-83 84-89 90-95 96-101 102-106
Seat - 92-97 98-103 104-109 110-115 116-121
Conversion - 30" - 31" 32" - 33" 34" - 35" 36" - 37" 38" - 39"
Body height - 67-70 68 ²⁄₄ - 71 ¾ 70 - 73 ¼ 71 ¾ - 76 73 ¼ - 77 ¼
Chest - 35 ¾ - 37 ¾ 38 ¼ - 40 ¼ 40 ²⁄₄ - 42 ²⁄₄ 43 - 45 45 ¼ - 47 ¼
Waist - 30 ¾ - 32 ¾ 33 - 35 35 ²⁄₄ - 37 ²⁄₄ 37 ¾ - 39 ¾ 40 ¼ - 41 ¾
Seat - 36 ¼ - 38 ¼ 38 ²⁄₄ - 40 ²⁄₄ 41 - 43 43 ¼ - 45 ¼ 45 ¾ - 47 ¾

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2 reviews with a 5-star rating

  1. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Lightweight and soft

    Jonathan (verified owner)

    Perfect shell jacket in minus degree conditions. First tests indicates great fabric breathability, with just a wool base layer under. Fabric is not as silent as the Vidda Anorak but much more quieter than Gore-tex, and it seems like the fabric can withstand backpack wear just as god as the Vidda. Appealing light colour (warm sand). Extra plus for the Zipper inside going all the way up to the armpit. 2 channels for headphone cords but no integrated compartment for phone in my copy.

    Great fit, medium 175 cm.

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  2. The one jacket to rule them all

    max (verified owner)

    I’ve only had it for a few weeks and brought it with me on a snowboarding trip up in the alps and for a few days of overnight trekking. I chose between the “Skauen” and the “Peak” model and ordered them both to try on. I loved them, and if I had the money, I’d get them both. I went “Skauen” because I felt it was more versatile than the Peak model. It had a snugger fit, the material thicker and sturdier, and I also enjoyed the color options more. It worked great up in the mountains, it kept me warm in temperatures ranging between -8 to +5 degrees Celsius, and I was only using a 200 merino wool undergarment. Please note I was active in that temperature range. Not that I mind, but the hood won’t fit a ski helmet as the “Peak” would. It is also suitable to note that it doesn’t have a snow lock as the peak model. So if you are purely looking for a downhill-off-piste jacket, I feel the Peak or Ballroom is the way to go. However, I thought it held off great; I used suspenders to my knickers to get them higher. The front and side pocket worked out great, and I felt I could trust the jacket from the moment I tried it on; excellent breathability yet warm, and I was happy for the ventilation zipper as well.

    I’m 184 and 73kg. The medium size was great for me, and I could fit one undergarment and one thick sweater comfortably underneath.

    I highly recommend this product

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