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Rooster's New Superlite Hybrid Jacket - Try Wear Me Out

by Emma Ralph 18 Jan 04:00 PST
Rooster Superlite Hybrid Jacket © Rooster Sailing

Fresh in for 2019, Rooster have designed the ideal lightweight, hard-wearing layer, constructed using a hybrid of materials to make this jacket both comfortable, functional and durable.

Designed to be worn either on its own or as an additional layer underneath your Softshell or sailing jacket, our Superlite Hybrid Jacket will regulate your body temperature with the soft 'down-like' synthetic filling to increase the jackets performance, environmental impact and durability it doesn't matter if you get wet, the filling will dry the same.

The cuffs and sides of the jacket are entirely different, made from a water resistant heavyweight Nylon spandex material, hard-wearing where jackets are most susceptible to wear. This technical jacket is well suited to a busy outdoor lifestyle.

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Rooster Superlite Hybrid Jacket - men's - photo © Rooster Sailing

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Rooster Superlite Hybrid Jacket - women's - photo © Rooster Sailing

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