Allen Men's DLX RECCO Waterproof Ski Jacket

£79.99 Special Clearance Price


  • Waterproof: 20,000mm
  • Breathable: 10,000mvp
  • Windproof: Yes
  • Taped Seams: Yes
  • RECCO Avalanche Rescue System
  • Stretch Fabric
  • Contrast Inner Lining with Quilted Panels
  • Down Touch Filling
  • Adjustable Zip Off Hood
  • Water Repellent Centre Front Zip
  • 2 Welded Water Repellent Chest Pockets
  • 2 Lower Zipped Pockets
  • Welded Water Repellent Ski Pass Pocket

The Allen DLX mensski jacket uses trademarked DLX-Stretch and DLX-Heat fabric technology to ensure you stay warm and flexible on the slopes by providing fabric that stretches, without losing its shape or fit, articulated elbows and down touch padding insulation. The fabric is also woven to increase durability.

Waterproof to a huge 20,000mm, with taped seams, detachable snowskirt and windproofing, you'll be kept dry from wet weather and deep snow. You'll also be kept dry on the inside of this highly technical ski jacket with underarm ventilation zips and a breathability rating of 10,000mvp, as moisture is wicked away from your skin and evaporated.

Featuring RECCO avalanche rescue system technology, rescue workers will be able to find you more easily in the event of an accident. Available in 4 colours: blue, red, black and clover green, with contrast inner lining with quilted panels. Water repellent zips are also provided as well as various pockets and audio channels.

What is RECCO?

The RECCO Rescue Reflector makes you searchable by professional rescuers equipped with RECCO detectors in the event of an avalanche accident or if you are lost in the outdoors.

The reflectors require no power and no activation to function. The RECCO detectors are used by rescue professionals worldwide.


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