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Soft Shell performance From Henri Lloyd Cyclone Jackets

13th September 2017
The Henri Lloyd Cyclone Collection is available in a Men’s jacket and a vest from leading Irish chandleries such as CH Marine and Viking Marine The Henri Lloyd Cyclone Collection is available in a Men’s jacket and a vest from leading Irish chandleries such as CH Marine and Viking Marine

A firm sailing clothing favorite within the Henri Lloyd range, the Cyclone Collection of products offer all the benefits of Soft Shell performance with the additional benefit of lightweight thermal insulation.

Henri Lloyd’s 2 layer Soft Shell fabric comprises of a durable face, bonded to a lightly brushed and high wicking fleece back that when combined creates a both highly water/ wind resistant and extremely breathable layer. This fabric allows you to stay comfortable in warmer conditions or during periods of activity, equally the water and wind protection combined with the brushed back allows warming air to be retained during cooler conditions to maintain comfort and provide insulation.

The jacket features which are characteristic to Henri Lloyd include;
· Quick drying mesh inner collar and front body lining.
· Stretch binding to top collar and hem.
· Welded side pockets.
· Secure zip fastening internal pocket.
· Reflective trim to front and back shoulder seams and pockets.
· Moulded hook and loop external wrist adjusters.
· Differential hem with shockcord adjustment.
· Articulated for ease of movement.

The Henri Lloyd Cyclone Collection is available in a Men’s jacket and a vest from leading Irish chandleries such as CH Marine and Viking Marine

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