Cox Swain functional jacket Colorado Titanium Modell 15.000mm waterproof
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- TITANIUM collektion, Cox-Tex membrane CT1510WBT, 15000mm waterproof, 10000mm breathable
- waterproof arm pocket, embroideries, mesh lining, waistband with drawstring, taped seems
- removable adjustable hood, 2-way YKK zipper, adjustable sleeve cuff with velcro
- Outer pockets with zipper, outer shell: 100% polyamide, inner shell: 100% polyester
- Sorry: We can´t shipping to Channel Islands and Isle of Man
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High quality functional jacket from Cox Swain "titanium series" with Cox Tex membrane CT1510-WBT, 15.000 mm waterproof, 10.000 mmbreathable.
Please pay attention to our size chart (picture)
A: length (collar up)
B: arm length (to shoulder)
C: Chest (one way, measured under the arm)
D: hip size (one way)
Important:All specifications in cm, all specifications: +/- 2 cm tolerance b>
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*Original review (edited): I bought this to replace a Lowe Alpine Triple Point Ceramic (DWR) jacket that's around 15 years old, has shed some of its ceramic and gets damp when it rains. For overall quality and fit this is specified like a good replacement. However, it is lighter and the zips are less reliable. Before ordering I saw the words 'Cox Swain USA' and '..... tex' and thought this was a USA brand and had one of those miracle drop-liners that end in 'tex'. When the garment arrived I found that it was made in China from a DWR fabric. I can't argue about the quality of manufacturing, but this is definitely less 'breathable' than my Lowe Alpine, and also thinner. I wish I had done more research and bought something else.
*Bottom line: I don't want to climb a mountain ... I just want to stay dry in Wiltshire without sweating inside and getting just as wet from the inside! I may use this for summer/autumn travel, as it's light and will pack down; but for daily wet weather use the search is still on. I've still got the Triple Point.
The fastener for the hood collar pocket pulls my hair and snags on my scarf. The front fasteners snag all materials - including the coat's own lining.
Waterproofing is brilliant but the snap-fasterners for a potential fleece jacket lining are huge; out of all proportion to the simple role that a button could do. The neck fastener sticks in my neck. The cuff fasteners hang out the end of the sleeve.
The mobile phone pocket is simply from a different era: not a smart one.