Pro Gamekeeper jakkinn er nýr frá Deerhunter og fræ strax viðurkenningu fyrir gæði og góða hönnun, og er með mikla vatnsheldni og öndun.
Stórir og góðir vasar .
The Pro-Gamekeeper jacket is made for professionals. The jacket is 100% wind, waterproof and breathable and provides a Deer-Tex® Performance Shell membrane that comes with a five-year warranty. The jacket contains many useful pockets and details.
- Deer-Tex® Performance Shell membrane
- Detachable hood
- 2-way YKK zipper
- 2 hand warmer pockets with waterproof zipper
- 1 big chest pocket with waterproof zipper
- 2 big front pockets with box
- zipper under arm for ventilation
- Adjustable waist and sleeves
If you require extra freedom of movement and a good fit, choose one of Deerhunter’s products with stretch. Using materials with two-way stretch makes the hunting apparel stretchable, which enhances your freedom of movement.
Wet and sodden hunting apparel can quickly ruin a good hunting expedition. Deerhunter therefore always recommends waterproof products for hunting in rainy weather. A special combination of materials and processes enable us to develop products which are 100% waterproof.
When the clothing is stitched, tiny holes are created in the fabric by the seams. To avoid moisture seeping through these holes, it is possible to tape the seams. This protects exposed areas and increases the product’s waterproofness.
Waterproof & Breathability – 5.000/5.000
Water penetration resistance is measured in “millimetre water column pressure”. The water column pressure is measured by placing a liquid column gauge over the material so that material with water penetration resistance 5.000 mm can keep water out from a five metre (5.000 mm) gauge. Material with a water penetration resistance of 10.000 mm can resist water from a 10 metre (10.000 mm) gauge, etc. MVP value indicates breathability of a membrane. MVP value is an expression of the quantity of water vapour that can escape through one square meter of a membrane within 24 hours. A breathable product rated at 5.000 can therefore “breathe” 5.000 g (5 litres) water vapour per square metre in 24 hours.