Sherpa Jacket | Men's

Colour: Natural

The fluffiest of fleeces

This jazzy sherpa fleece is a bit like wearing a hug, but a bit more convenient for outdoor activities. The high-pile fluffy polyester fleece material makes it a super-cosy warm layer for summit stops and cold camps, with stretchy binder tape at collar, cuffs and hem to jack up the wind-resistance. It has a jacket-style full-length zip and a high stand collar that you can bury your chin in. Mesh-lined handwarmer pockets will keep Jack Frost from nipping at your fingers, and there's also a roomy zipped chest pocket for your phone, GPS or other essentials.

    • Made from jacquard sherpa fleece
    • Full-length zip
    • Stand collar
    • Elastic binding at collar, cuffs and hem
    • Zipped handwarmer pockets with mesh lining
    • Zipped chest pocket
    • 100% polyester
  • cm XS S M L XL XXL
    Body length 66 68 70 72 74 76
    Chest width 51 54 57 60 63 66
    Hem width 47 50 53 56 59 62
    Shoulder and Arm Length 79 81.5 84 86.5 89 91.5


    in XS S M L XL XXL
    Body length 26 27 28 28 29 30
    Chest width 20 21 22 24 25 26
    Hem width 18 20 21 22 23 24
    Shoulder and Arm Length 31 32 33 34 35 63

    How to find your measurements:

    1. Sleeve: Start the measurement from the centre back of your neck. While slightly bending your relaxed arm, continue to measure down from the shoulder and finish at the wrist.

    2. Chest: Measure under the arms, around the widest part of your chest.

    3. Waist: Take a measurement around the narrowest part of your waist.

    4. Hip: Stand with your feet hip width apart and measure around the widest part of your hips.

  • As a brand, Gramicci has always been about one thing: freedom. Founded in the early 1980s by free-spirited Yosemite climber Mike Graham, from the outset it was imbued with an independent, adventurous spirit. That had a lot to do with Graham’s associations with the Stonemasters, the original dirtbag climbers who did as much for climbing counterculture as they did for pushing the grades.

    Unable to find shorts or pants that worked for climbing, Graham simply designed and made his own. The G-pants were the first legwear to feature innovations that are now staple features of technical outdoor clothing, such as a gusseted crotch and an integrated belt. These elements gave unsurpassed freedom of movement. Climbers loved them, but so did California’s bikers, skaters and surfers. Gramicci’s defiant ethos, maverick attitude and stylish yet functional products also meant the brand soon made the leap into streetwear. Today, though Gramicci pants still work well for summer cragging, their simple aesthetic means they’re equally at home in the metropolis too.


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