Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand
Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand
Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand
Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand
Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand
Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand
Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand
Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand
Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand
Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand
Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand
Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand
Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand
Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand
Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink - Decathlon New Zealand

Women's Mountain trekking down jacket TREK 100 Down - pink

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Comfortable between 23°F and 41°F.RDS ethical down with a fill power of 800 CUIN

 

Thermal insulation - Warmth

This padded jacket, worn as a 3rd layer, has been certified for a comfort temperature of 23°F during a standardized test in a thermal chamber. The model wears a synthetic long-sleeved T-shirt and a light fleece underneath. It works with a simulated 3 mph wind. In our heat comparison tool, it represents 2 stars. We have also tested this model in "static" mode; its temperature rating is 41°F in this case.

*What does the RDS certification mean?

We use RDS certified down: Responsible Down Standard. Thanks to our traceability system, we can guarantee the origin of the feathers in accordance with our commitment to use responsible materials. Our suppliers are committed to using only feathers that come from ducks that are bred for their meat and that are plucked after slaughtering. http://sustainability.decathlon.com/media-reports/documents/

Inflating Power of down/feather filling

For this down jacket with its 85/15 filling, the fill power is guaranteed to be 800 CUIN or more (European standard). The fill power is a measure of the down's thermal insulation capacity and its potential to "trap" air. So, down with a higher fill power (higher CUIN number) will occupy more space, trap more air and provide greater thermal insulation.

The advantages of a duck down and feather filling

The durability and fill power properties of down give this jacket 3 qualities for hiking: - Thermal insulation thanks to the air trapped in the down and feathers - Ultra low weight: down is lighter than synthetic padding while offering the same degree of warmth. This saves even more weight in your backpack - Ultra-compressible

In case of rain

The material of the quilted jacket is water repellent. The treatment is applied to the main fabric that makes drops of water run off the surface, thereby delaying the time it takes for water to get inside the down jacket, so you have enough time to get out of the rain. We nevertheless recommend wearing a waterproof jacket over the quilted jacket in the event of prolonged exposure to the rain.

How to wash your feather down jacket

Here are a few tips: close all the zippers on your down jacket and put it in the washing machine (synthetic cycle at 86°F). In order to preserve the fill power and warmth, you can even put 2 tennis balls in the machine Be careful to set a gentle spin cycle: a fast spin cycle may create balls of feathers that are difficult to break up. For more advice, click the link below! https://www.forclaz.co.uk/advice-alias/how-should-i-look-after-my-down-jacket-tp_2579

How to dry my down jacket

When you take your down jacket out of the washing machine it will seem as if the down has gone. The TUMBLE DRYER is the best way to restore the fill power of the feathers. Put your down jacket in the tumble dryer with 2 tennis balls. Run 2-3 drying cycles If you do not have a tumble dryer you can completely dry your down jacket on a drying rack by turning it over and tapping regularly https://www.forclaz.fr/conseils/comment-entretenir-sa-doudoune-en-plumes-tp_101

How do I reactivate the waterproofing properties?

Over time, after washing and the wear and tear during use, the water repellent treatment becomes less effective. This is how to re-activate the water repellent feature of your down jacket! https://www.quechua.co.uk/advice/how-do-you-restore-water-repellent-properties-your-jacket-a_86426 And use the care product: Wash-in product for reactivating the water repellent properties https://www.decathlon.co.uk/eco-wash-in-proof-250-ml-id_8408883.html

A score for comparing products' environmental impact

The environmental impact of the product is calculated based on its entire lifecycle and using different indicators. A general score from A to E is provided to help you easily identify the most eco-friendly products by comparing products of the same type (T-shirts, pants, backpacks, etc). Decathlon is committed to displaying this environmental information. For more info: http://sustainability.decathlon.com/

Weight of the filling

XXS: 2.4 oz XS: 2.5 oz S: 2.7 oz M: 3.1 oz L: 3.4 oz. XL: 3.5 oz

Down jacket developed using continual improvement methods

The Trek 100 down jacket has been improved over the years thanks to all the customer reviews. Thank you for sharing! From winter 2020, the pink model (like the other light colors) will benefit from very light-colored feathers and down. This will prevent any visually unpleasant dark areas on the down jacket when it is wet.

Product Testing

All our down jackets are laboratory tested with 3 mph wind, worn as a 3rd layer on a thermal mannequin (over a long-sleeved T-shirt and fleece). Their level of thermal insulation is measured on a scale of 1 to 5, so that you can make the choice that best suits your use.

Composition

Padding : 85.0% Grey duck down, Padding : 15.0% Grey duck feather Main fabric : 100.0% Polyamide Main lining : 100.0% Polyamide Padding - Inner fabric : 100.0% Polyester cationic

 

 

Our most compressible down jacket enables you to save space in your rucksack and trek light. Its fill power of 800 CUIN delivers very good warmth for its weight!

 

 

Warmth

Comfortable between 23°F and 41°F.RDS ethical down with a fill power of 800 CUIN

Compact design

Easily folds away in its left-hand pocket using a zipper with double pull.

Water repellent

Surface-treated outer fabric to prevent water from getting in.

Weight

This down jacket weighs approximately 9.7oz in size S.1.2oz/sqm fabric;15 Denier

Pockets

Two deep, secure hand pockets for storing gloves and hats

 

 

women trekking for several days in the mountains in cold weather.


100% Satisfaction Guarantee

At Decathlon, we stand behind our products, their quality, design, and technicity. That said, sometimes, a product is not the right fit, does not feel right, or deliver on your expectations. That is why we offer our "100% Satisfaction Guarantee". If you are unsatisfied, for any reason, then we will make it our mission to identify the right product for you. Your satisfaction is our purpose. If you need help on our products, don't hesitate to contact us. If no other product works for you, and you remain unsatisfied, then we will gladly accept returns for a replacement product or refunds, within 365 days after purchase.

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