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Henri Lloyd's New Traverse Fleece Jacket

19th January 2018
Henri Lloyd's Traverse Jacket – The fleece jacket’s attributes include a high level of stretch and breathability Henri Lloyd's Traverse Jacket – The fleece jacket’s attributes include a high level of stretch and breathability

The Henri Lloyd Traverse Jacket is available in both men’s and women’s sizes and styles; the jacket is constructed from a premium knitted fleece which provides simultaneous warmth and a stylish look. 

The jacket’s attributes include a high level of stretch and breathability, whilst its superior wicking qualities when combined with excellent thermal properties makes this fleece perfect for cooler temperatures as a mid layer or just as stylish on shore piece.

Henri Lloyd Traverse products provide high performance thermal insulation without weight or bulk. The 2 way stretch marl knits offer super low pilling properties whilst the advanced fabric surface creates air pockets that trap air and retain body heat. Ideal as mid layer, the inner and outer surface textures have been carefully selected to reduce interlaying binding and work with your base and outer layers rather than against them. 

The Traverse has a flattering ergonomic seam detail with side and sleeve panels and a zipped chest pocket (which is on the arm for the ladies styles) with moulded zip pullers. It also features a bound hem and cuff, and flat lock seaming for smooth lines and comfort. The full front zip offers ease of donning and option for increased venting.

The Henri Lloyd range is available from leading Irish chandleries such as CH Marine and Viking Marine

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