- Breathable waterproof jacket ready for adventure
- Made of durable, waterproof Sukatec® fabric (100% recycled polyester)
- Fully waterproof with sealed seams and DWR (durable water repellent) coating so raindrops roll straight off
- Double ripstop fabric is exceptionally durable and prevents tears getting worse
- Highly breathable (7,000g/m2/24h rating)
- Two zippered hand pockets with mesh lining for easy ventilation
- Venting pit zips
- Adjustable drawcord hood and hem
- Velcro adjustable cuffs to lock in warmth
- Sukatec® 100% recycled polyester
- Double ripstop with a DWR finish (durable water-repellent)
Recycled Materials - This jacket is made with 100% recycled polyester
Ethically Sourced Materials - Sherpa are committed to constantly improving the environmental impact of sourcing, manufacturing, packaging, distribution and recycling efforts throughout all phases of their business and always strive to do better. Making products in Nepal means the world to Sherpa's communities. By bringing meaningful employment and income to so many, they are able to make a lasting difference in their lives.
Global Initiatives - Every item you buy funds a school day for a child in Nepal. When you wear Sherpa Adventure Gear, you’re helping to teach a child and create opportunity for a new generation.
Sherpas are the unsung heroes of Himalayan expeditions. It is the Sherpas who establish the climbers’ camps, carry the loads and set the fixed ropes to the summit. Sherpa Adventure Gear was established in 2003 to pay tribute to these high-altitude heroes. But it is more than just a brand name. This is high-quality outdoor and lifestyle clothing with authentic Himalayan heritage. The company is entirely Sherpa-owned, with firm roots in Nepal, where the overwhelming majority of its products are all designed, developed and manufactured – providing local training and employment for hundreds of people. In addition, the brand is committed to educating the next generation of Nepal’s children – by building libraries and renovating classrooms, training teachers and school staff, and developing and distributing schoolbooks and resources. In fact, every bit of Sherpa gear you buy funds a school day for a child in Nepal. So, this is not just beautifully made stuff, it’s also kit with a conscience. Namaste.