Mid weight insulation favouring milder conditions. The Zircon Zephyr Hoody features a permanent hood offering increased concealment and head warmth when required. Sleeve cuff thumb holes provide increased hand insulation during chilly mornings, while pack compatible and extendable hand pocket / core vents allow access whether wearing a pack harness or belt bag...
» Stretch fabric with fleece backing
» Elastic binding hood
» Elastic binding hem to retain body heat
» Thumb holes with elastic binding cuffs
» Centre front zipper storm flap
» Twin mesh lined core vent pockets
» Reversed YKK zippers
» DWR ( Durable Water Repellent )
440gm ( 15.52oz )
455gm ( 16.04oz )
480gm ( 16.93oz )
505gm ( 17.81oz )
525gm ( 18.51oz )
555gm ( 19.57oz )
*Average weight taken from 10 random samples
Stretch Woven Polyester
Polyester Brushed Fleece
Durable Water Repellent
» Highly breathable
COLD GENTLE MACHINE WASH
DO NOT USE BLEACH
DO NOT USE FABRIC SOFTENERS
DO NOT IRON
DO NOT DRY CLEAN
LINE DRY AFTER RINSING EXCESS WATER
KEEP AWAY FROM DIRECT HEAT
To maintain optimum performance we recommend correct laundering of our products. Ensure all zippers and closures are fastened, machine wash using a gentle cycle with a water temperature not exceeding 30ºC (85ºF). We recommend using a mild odorless detergent intended for outdoor wear that does not contain UV brighteners. To ensure all detergent residues are removed from the fabric, a second rinse cycle is recommended.
The use of fabric softeners and bleach may affect the thermal, wicking and Durable Water Repellent capabilities of performance fabrics. We advise that no fabric softeners or bleach be used when laundering this product. Likewise, chemical solvents used in dry cleaning should be avoided. Do not dry clean.
The garment may be line dried after rinsing excess water. At all times keep away from direct heat. Do not iron.
This garment comes factory treated with a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish. DWR is a polymer based, chemical compound treatment applied to the face fabric during manufacture. It works by lowering the surface tension of the fabric, this will in turn cause water droplets to bead up and roll off.
In time, dirt and body oils, abrasion, and multiple launderings can diminish the effects of DWR. This will result in the fabric absorbing moisture more readily or ‘wetting out’. At this time, we recommend application of a quality, commercially available DWR reproofing agent. These products are generally available in two forms, wash in and spray on. We advise the use of a spray on reproofing agent for this garment. For optimal results, follow the manufactures instructions.
Reproofing of DWR is dependent on use, as an approximate guide, annual treatment at the beginning of the hunting season will suffice the typical active user.