Kittyhawk Ventile Jacket

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£279.00

    
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Women’s 100% Ventile Cotton Anorak. Cut long to sit below the hip.Two front hand and chest pockets with popper down storm flaps. A clean and simple design with a little flare at the hem.

Made from Ventile cotton, this jacket looks and feels pretty casual, yet it behaves just like a modern technical fabric; it’s showerproof, windproof, highly breathable and exceptionally hardwearing.

The amazing bit is that Ventile is just an untreated, densely woven 100% pure cotton. Nothing else.

Designed to stand the test of time.
• 100% L24 Ventile® Cotton outer
• Naturally wind and showerproof
• Double button collar fastening
• YKK Aquaguard zip
• Piped internal seams
• Striped Cotton lining
• Poppered adjustable cuffs
• Internal pocket
• Two hand pockets with popper storm flaps
• Two chest pockets with popper storm flaps
• Made in Portugal

Washing Instructions
Hand Wash Iron, Low Use A Non-Chlorine Detergent Do Not Dryclean Do Not Tumble Dry Go get the fun.
Wash Ventile® inside out using a Nikwax liquid detergent. Brush off all dried mud, sand and grit before washing or hanging the jacket.
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Ventile. Wear it out.

Ventile is no ordinary fabric.

Made with 100% cotton, densely woven from long staple cotton.

Indeed it takes 16 hours just to set up the machine with the necessary 24,000 strands of cotton that go to create Ventile.

It’s the combination of the dense weave and the swelling properties of the fibres when wet that provide such excellent weatherproofing.

It is a natural product that offers a softer, quieter hand feel, as well as being windproof and highly breathable, making it ideal for our climate. 

Also, when the sun comes out, because it’s just cotton, Ventile also breathes really well – unlike other water-resistant fabrics, which can sometimes leave you a bit clammy when you warm up.

Ventile cotton has been around for a while too. It was invented in the 1940s, for use as pilots flying suits. It’s really hardwearing, meaning no matter what you throw at it, your Ventile jacket should last you 10 or 15 years. Probably more. And even if you do snag it on something, a needle and thread can easily repair it.

So whatever you or the weather get up to, Ventile can take it. Today, tomorrow and for a long time to come.

Kittyhawk Ventile jacket
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