Cyclone from Fourth Element

Stylish waterproof jacket made of breathable fabric

Author: Pat
31st July 2012
 

Fourth Element has introduced a new waterproof jacket called Cyclone.

We’ve all been there: after a dive, back on the boat, even on a warm day chills can come on pretty quickly out of nowhere.

breathable properties

Assuming your drysuit hasn’t leaked, best thing to do is chuck on something waterproof and make sure you stay dry.

The Cyclone is a handsome looking macintosh. It’s made of a fabric called XWP3, which has breathable properties and is lightweight too.

The Cyclone also comes with zipped pockets with handwarmers inside, taped seams, and reflective badging.

It also has a hood and toggles for keeping your head warm. With or without additional thermals, it promises to keep you toasty.

Weighing 90 grams and sized from S to XXL, the Cyclone jacket is available from Fourth Element dealers now, priced £135.

Alternatively, check out the Fourth Element website and shop online.

 
 
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