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Deerhunter Verdun Quilted Jacket

£69.95 £89.95

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Deerhunter Verdun Quilted Jacket With Thinsulate Padding

The latest version of the bestselling Verdun Jacket featuring the premium Thinsulate® Platinum Insulating System.

The Platinum range is Thinsulate's most technically advanced solution to cold weather conditions yet. Featuring a blend of synthetic hydrophobic fibers which provide enhanced warmth and water resistance. It is a unique elastomeric insulation which can stretch up to 40% in all directions, and recovers without wrinkling. Resistant to water absorption, providing warmth even in damp conditions.

What does this mean for you?

It means you can have a jacket of astonishing lightness and warmth,
that packs small and isn't awkwardly bulky to wear

It features a practical arrangement of handy pockets -

Two hand warmer / storage pockets on hips, zip secured

One external 'hand on heart' pocket that's easy to get to without opening the jacket and letting the warmth out, zip secured, ideal for phone, documents etc

One internal zip fastened chest pocket, makes a great secure location for phone or wallet

Elastic edging at sleeve cuffs, keeps in heat without strangling wrists

Jacket outer is 100% Polyester Ripstop - fabric is amazingly soft and lightweight, but surprisingly tough. Outer fabric and thinsulate padding is impregnated with a water repellent to make them rain and stain resistant

Super lightweight, can be rolled up and stored in your rucksack just in case the weather changes, you won't notice you are carrying it - until you need it!

Stylish, light, and warm in the cold days and night

Deerhunter have designed another outdoor winner

in sizes Small to XXXXXL
Three Great NEW Colour Options
Black Ink (three colour combination, Green/Brown/Black)
Fallen Leaf (a rich Brown)
Deep Green (dark olive, muted green)

Size Guide - To Fit Chest
Size XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL
Size GB inches  33 35 36  38  39  41  43  44  46  47  47 50 52 
Size EU 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66
CM 84 88 92 96 100 104 108 112 116 120 124 128 132 


Tips on how to measure yourself successfully:

You might need someone to help you so you can measure easily and more precisely.
Wear whatever you intend to wear under your jacket and stand in a normal relaxed position.
Place the measuring tape around the chest/body at its widest point.
The tape should be reasonably taught, but not too tight.
If you allow enough space to slide a finger under the tape, you will get the correct measurements.
Choose the size that corresponds to the measured size of your chest.
For example a 41 inch chest is a size Large.

Care Instructions
Gentle Wash inside out - Don't use softeners - or
Special gentle dry clean

Deerhunter Danish hunting clothing specialists

Impregnated with ”Downproof” water repellent treatment. Means fabric is water and dirt-resistant. Stains are easier to remove.

thinsulate platinum thermal insulation

How the Layered Fibre Sandwich Technology Works

how thermal fibres work by trapping warm air

Thinsulate insulation is the smartest choice if staying warm is important to you. When you compare equal thicknesses, the original "warmth without bulk" Thinsulate insulation offers almost one-and-one-half times the warmth of down, and twice the warmth of other high-loft insulation materials.

The Verdun can be worn on its own as a fully functioning outdoor jacket,
but is highly adaptable, it layers easily with other garments, wear with a waterproof shell or heavier jacket as a mid layer for exceptional warmth that won't compromise your ability to move freely

REMEMBER
- Thinsulate Insulation’s microfibres provide more fibres per square inch,
and the more fibres the warmer you stay

Thinsulate Insulation - Fibres comparison

thermal fibre comparison

Thinsulate insulation Fibres     Versus   Traditional Synthetic Fibres

Note that the Thinsulate fibres are much finer and that there are far more of them - imagine that they are a net designed to capture warm air and stop it escaping, the more strands in the web the less air can escape.

Thinsulate insulation works by trapping air molecules between you and the outside. The more air a material traps in a given space, the greater its insulating value. Because the microfibres in Thinsulate insulation are far finer than other fibres, they trap more air in less space, which naturally makes it a better insulator. Thinsulate haven't changed the laws of nature with their thinnest insulation - they've simply leveraged the maths...to your advantage.