Men's waterproof sailing and rain jacket SAILING 100 Navy blue Beige

Ref. : 8803742

Our designers—and fellow sailors— have developed this jacket for sailing in cold and stormy weather

This waterproof sailing jacket will keep you warm and dry! A lined jacket with high collar and covering hood with zipped pockets; a real plus when sailing!

Color: asphalt blue / linen beige

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Products benefits


Tested in moderate rain for 2 hours 5,000 mm Schmerber (JIS standard) Pockets not waterproof


Quilted lining (150 gsm) provides very good insulation


High neck and coated fabric to cut the windchill effect.

Resistance to salt water

Materials and zips resistant to salt water and sea air.


Very breathable coated fabric (RET < 12): reduces condensation


3 secure pockets, including 1 inner pocket

Technical information

Waterproofing 1/2

We measure the resistance of a fabric to water pressure in mm of water column (based on the JIS standard). The higher the water pressure withstood by the fabric, the more waterproof it is.
On our warm Sailing 100 jacket:
Component is resistant to water pressure of 5000 mm Schmerber (JIS standard). This equates to the average pressure applied by the water during a rain shower.
The anorak's waterproofness was tested in a rain shower with 60 litres of water / m² / hour for 2 hours.

Waterproofing 2/2

- High collar
- Injection-moulded plastic to avoid salt oxidation
- Water-repellent components (water runs off the fabric)
- 100% taped seams
- Central opening features a flap and underflap with a drainage channel for optimal waterproofing

Water repellency

A fabric is water-repellent when water slides off the surface of the fabric, without seeping in.
Your jacket does not become waterlogged and remains lightweight and breathable. The water-repellent properties are achieved with a treatment applied to the external side of the fabric, but in practice these properties can be altered.
The water-repellent properties can be reactivated by putting the jacket in a dryer for 10 minutes at the lowest temperature.

How to reactivate the water repellency

Drying is a crucial phase in reactivating the water repellent treatment.
We recommend that you lay your anorak flat on a clothes rack and leave it out to dry in the open. Caution: never dry your anorak directly on a radiator.
Then place it in the tumble dryer on a short synthetics cycle, i.e. 10 to 15 minutes, before turning it back the right way round. Caution: do not over-dry the garment.


The jacket is lined with 150 gsm quilting on the body and 100 gsm on the sleeves. This provides thermal protection and an incredible feeling of warmth (between -5 and -10 degrees
The jacket remains light (880 g in size L).


The hood does not pack down into the collar, it is attached.
Completely depth and height-adjustable hood with quilted lining (100 gsm).
Visor to provide a good level of protection and a better hold.
The high neck effectively protects the neck.


2 zipped pockets on the front lined with fleece, guaranteed warmth.
1 inside pocket on the left chest with rip-tab closure

Jacket fastening

Use of a full-length zip with a padded outer flap and inner flap that provide protection from wind and water.


To find out whether a fabric is breathable, we test its evaporate resistance or RET (ISO 11092 standard). The lower the fabric's resistance, the more moisture is evaporated, and therefore the higher the fabric's breathability.
We consider that if:
RET < 9 = highly breathable fabric
9 < RET < 12 = breathable fabric
The RET of the Sailing 100 jacket is breathable


2 years

Product concept & technology

Product Composition

Padding 90% Polyester, 10% Polyester Main fabric - Bottom 100% Polyamide Lining 100% Polyester Coating 100% Polyurethane Main fabric - Top 100% Polyester

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