The jacket is one of the most important pieces of marine equipment. We have studied the market more closely and are ready to present three of the most interesting and profitable offers! Three jackets to suit everyone.
The jackets were selected according to simple criteria - wear resistance, moisture resistance and safety. Based on this, it was possible to choose three universal options that meet all the requirements.
Navigation Jacket 0119-2
Manufacturing company: Ordana, Germany
It was created for long sea voyages and crossings. Among the distinctive features of the jacket, it should be noted its delightful water repellency.
The jacket is made of 4-layer membrane fabric. This will ensure optimum wear resistance and durability of the jacket.
All parts of the jacket are securely fastened with fully sealed seams, which will not allow moisture to get inside. Interestingly, the jacket also has a detachable pocket for radio stations on the left sleeve - an indispensable item in the most extensive list of situations.
Another advantage of the jacket is its so-called. organizer. Lots of loops for flashlights, keys and other small equipment. Ideal when you don't have enough hands to carry everything away or in order not to look for the same keys for a long time
Manufacturing company: Seasafe Systems Ltd, UK.
If you have this jacket, then one thing is for sure - you will never forget your life jacket. The jacket's simple cut hides the SeaSafe 170 Newton lifejacket under the top layer of fabric. The elements are not scary with Explorer!
Seasafe Systems Ltd offers customers quality outerwear with
elasticated hem and comfortable cuffs. The fabric used in the Explorer on the 100% is waterproof.
In addition to being waterproof, the jacket has another advantage - the fabric, as they say, “breathes”. This was quite difficult to achieve, but the engineers and technologists of Seasafe Systems Ltd succeeded.
The jacket has multiple pockets, including one inner flap pocket, two large inner zip pockets and two outer zip pockets.
Mariner sailing jacket
Manufacturing company: Seasafe Systems Ltd, UK
The Mariner is similar in many respects to the Explorer, some will even call the Mariner the “little brother” of the Explorer. But the devil, as usual, is in the little things!
Unlike Explorer, Mariner is an elongated jacket with a free bottom. The classic system of hidden life jackets has not gone anywhere and still protects you reliably!
Thanks to the lengthening of the bottom, the Mariner was able to be more spacious than the Explorer.
There are large outer pockets for equipment, four inner zip pockets and a pocket under the main zipper of the jacket.
In addition, the collar of the jacket has reinforced seams and is lined with fleece.
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