Since its very beginnings, Picture has worked its hardest to limit its environmental impact. That's why its latest jacket, the Object, has been designed with 64% of recycled polyester and a Dryplay 20K/15K membrane that makes it both waterproof and breathable. The seams and zips are waterproof and the outer shell is coated with a PFC-free water-repellent treatment, the Teflon EcoElite, which lasts 3 times longer than other PFC Free treatments for a flawless protection against moisture and big snowfalls.
Temperature-wise, you get a Thermal Std insulation for a good protection against the cold reinforced by a Coremax lining made of recycled polyester microfleece panels that bring warmth where you need it most. As if that was not enough, you also get the Thermal Dry technology, a special back and lumbar lining made of recycled polyester that absorbs humidity efficiently and dry quickly to keep you warm and dry.
This ski jacket features a protective high collar, a snow skirt that prevents the snow from passing underneath, thumb holes, and armpit vents that allow a bit of freshness to come in when needed.
- 64% Recycled Polyester; 36% Polyester
- Dryplay 20K / 15K Breathable and waterproof membrane
- Teflon EcoElite PFC-free durable water-repellent treatment
- Waterproof main seams
- Waterproof YKK zips
- Thermal Insulation Std 60 g. (body/sleeves), 40 g. (hood)
- Coremax liner and Thermal Dry System
- Snow skirt
- Arm pit ventilation
- Jacket and trouser fastening system
- Chest and side pockets
- Wrist tightening
- Thumb holes
- Adjustable hood
- Fair Wear Foundation
- Greenplus Certification