100 Children's Windproof Dinghy/Catamaran Sailing Anorak - Dark Blue/Blue

£16.99

Our Tribord designers developed this windproof anorak for occasional dinghy/catamaran sailing in cool or warm temperatures

Ideal for starting dinghy/catamaran sailing! Windproof with a hood that follows the movements of the head, adjustable hem and cuffs to help prevent wind from getting in. A handy pocket.

Color: Asphalt blue / DARK BLUE / Mint blue
Size: size guide

Quantity:

Product benefits

Windproof

Fabric counters the windchill effect up to 20 km/h.

Waterproof

Fabric can withstand 2 hours of moderate rain. Fully taped seams.

Ease of use

Elasticated hood with high zip neck that follows the movements of the head.

Pockets

One side pocket accessible when wearing a buoyancy vest (size of 2 cereal bars)

Breathability

Breathable fabric to limit condensation.

Quick drying

Water repellent fabric that dries quickly (water slides off the fabric).

Resistance to salt water

Fabrics and accessories resistant to salt water.

Technical information

Anorak 100 WATERPROOFING

This anorak was approved in a simulator reproducing MODERATE RAIN conditions - Moderate rain corresponds to a flow of 60L/m2/h - (60mm/h rainfall) over 2 hr - Material resistant a water pressure of 2000mm after ageing (= 2000 Schmerber - average water pressure during a storm) - 100% waterproof seams.

Anorak 100 adjustment:Neck fastening

The neck is fastened by zip only, which can go up over the mouth to shelter the user from wind and spray.

Anorak 100 adjustment:Waistband and wrists

For more waterproofing, less wind entry and greater freedom of movement:
*the belt and cuffs have elasticated sections on both sides

Anorak 100 pocket:

The positioning of the pocket is located according to 50N buoyancy vests, to remain accessible during the practice of the sport.

The size of the pocket was designed so as not to be cumbersome or too heavy in order to not hinder manoeuvres or movement.

Its design and tests were therefore carried out to contain a snack of 2 cereal bars.The contents remain stable in the pocket and remain accessible.
The anorak can be rolled up into its pouch for storage

Warranty

2 years

Product concept & technology

Product Composition

Main fabric 100% Polyamide

STOCK ADVICE

Leave out to dry away from direct sunlight then store in a dry place. Once dry, it can be rolled up into a ball and stored in its pouch.

TESTS

The waterproofing has been laboratory tested.
Tested in use for dinghy/catamaran sailing during club taster sessions.
Developed and tested by our design teams in Hendaye, France.
Tested by the 47°Nautik sailing school (Gulf of Morbihan, Brittany - France) during the 2016 season.

Maintenance advice

Machine wash - 30° max - normal

Do not bleach

Do not tumble dry

Do not iron

Do not dry-clean

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100 Children's Windproof Dinghy/Catamaran Sailing Anorak - Dark Blue/Blue
100 Children's Windproof Dinghy/Catamaran Sailing Anorak - Dark Blue/Blue
100 Children's Windproof Dinghy/Catamaran Sailing Anorak - Dark Blue/Blue
100 Children's Windproof Dinghy/Catamaran Sailing Anorak - Dark Blue/Blue
100 Children's Windproof Dinghy/Catamaran Sailing Anorak - Dark Blue/Blue

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Environmental Impact

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The carbon footprint of this product is:
16.72 kg CO2e
1 kg of CO2e represents 5km in a petrol car (according to the Base Carbone© of ADEME)
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The environmental note of this product is: E
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