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Our seventh-generation Third Reef Jacket is constructed with an improved fabric that is more waterproof, but still offers outstanding breathability & lightweight comfort. This is the jacket you’ll grab for coastal cruising in moderate conditions. Fully lined, fully seam sealed, breathable, 100% water and windproof with an Oxford nylon outer shell and a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish.
The adjustable waist has been moved to a more natural, comfortable location to fit a woman’s waist proportions. The articulated hood pod and brushed mesh collar have also been improved by adding extra room, so when the collar is fully zipped, it will allow for the additional bulk of mid layers. Hi-vis, foldaway hood features volume adjuster and one-handed aperture adjusters. Internal layering loops at neck and cuffs to easily attach your mid layers. You’ll also find cargo pockets that are now angled for easier access and super soft handwarmer pockets located behind the cargo pockets without zippers for quick accessibility. Zippered handwarmer pockets have also been added at the upper chest to make access easy while wearing a PFD.
- Internal zip pocket
- Adjustable cuffs
- Iinternal Dartex® storm cuff
- Two-way storm flap with drainage channel
- Two-way non-corrosive center front zipper
- Internal shock cord adjusters at the waist
Complete Your Foul Weather Gear:
Use this list as a guide to fine tune your own personal gear checklist for a safe and enjoyable time on the water.
By Tom Burden, Last updated: 10/4/2019
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By Tom Burden and Tom Farmer, Last updated: 10/4/2019