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Henri Lloyd Aqua Down Jacket

2nd December 2016
The Aqua Down jacket is available in both a women’s and men’s hooded and non-hooded version and also as a vest The Aqua Down jacket is available in both a women’s and men’s hooded and non-hooded version and also as a vest

Leading sailing gear manufactuer Henri Lloyd has used it’s 50 plus years of technical apparel design and development to launch a new collection of premium active wear and the range is available in Ireland at CH Marine & Viking Marine chandleries.

For 2017, this multi-functional collection has been designed to work independently or in conjunction with each other for maximum comfort and flexibility no matter what activity you choose to wear them in.

Also new for 2017, is the Henri Lloyd Aqua Down Jacket. Representing the next generation of featherless insulation, the jacket is available in both a women’s and men’s hooded and non-hooded version and also as a vest. The insulation properties is provided via a light weight and quick drying 600 fill insulation, which offers warmth without weight even when wet. The fit of jacket and vest is articulated for a more flattering finish, whilst the differential shoulder panel and concealed thumb hole offer a more modern feel. The hood is discreetly shaped and also finished with a elastic binding which offers a close fit and therefore further protection.

Check out the range in Ireland at CH Marine or Viking Marine 

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  • Comment Link pierluigi bellucci 5th January 2017 posted by pierluigi bellucci

    do u send in italy? Henri Lloyd Aqua Down Jacket "S" size? thank you

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