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- almost black | S:
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Pyua - Upper clothing - women
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The Women's Flow jacket by Pyua is made from 3-layer recycled materials. This freeride jacket meets the highest demands on design and function and looks great to boot!. Wind and water-tight it comes with an environmentally friendly CLIMALOOP™ laminate with PFC-free treatment of the fabric. The ventilation system ensures an always comfortable body climate, the zippers are water-repellent, the design of the jacket is backpack-optimized. An abrasion protection reinforces the hem edge, the waistband is adjustable and the sleeve cuffs can be adjusted individually with a velcro® closure. A solid snow gaiter, two pockets, pre-formed sleeves, a jacket-pants linking system, and continuous taped seams round off this comprehensive jacket.
- 3-layers membrane
- longer fit
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- inner pocket, ski pass pocket
- two-way zipper
- side ventilation
- Recco® -Reflector, snowskirt non-removable , hood, material reinforcements
- Main material 100% polyester
- type of membrane waterproof membrane, windprof membrane
The bluesign certificate guarantees sustainable production of clothing. Criterias are energy efficiency, low water and air pollution and pollutant levels.
Recycled products are manufactured from recycled materials. This protects resources. Many manufacturers use for their own label and descriptions.
PFCs (per-fluorocarbons) are among other things used for waterproofing. They accumulate in water, soil and organisms and are of concern for human health and environment.
Production in Europe ensures the fulfillment of European standards in regard to environmental and sustainability issues as well as labour conditions