Created in 2008, the Picture brand remains faithful to its objectives in terms of preserving the environment. It proves this through the eco-design of the Vermont ski jacket, for which 41% recycled polyester is used. It comes mainly from the reuse of plastic bottles. A member of the Fair Wear Foundation, Picture also works to improve the working conditions of those who make its products.
The Vermont ski jacket has a Dryplay 10K/10K membrane which ensures a good level of waterproofing and breathability. This breathable waterproof membrane is combined with the durable Teflon EcoElite PFC-free water-repellent Teflon EcoElite treatment, and so that you are even more effectively protected from moisture, the main seams and YKK zips are waterproof.
When it comes to protecting you from the cold, the Picture Vermont Jacket doesn't do things by halves, combining Thermal Std insulation with a knitted lining. It features a protective stand-up collar and a wraparound hood, warmly lined in sherpa. Thumbhole sleeves and adjustable cuffs help the garment fit snugly and keep the cold out. This ski parka promises to protect you from the elements with its top-of-the-range features.
41% recycled polyester; 59% polyester
Dryplay 10K/10K Breathable waterproof membrane
Teflon EcoElite durable water-repellent treatment without PFCs
Waterproof main seams
Waterproof YKK zips
Thermal Insulation Std 80 g.
Removable snow skirt
Jacket and trouser fastening system
Side pockets, chest, package
Adjustable hood with sherpa lining
Fair Wear Foundation