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Regatta TRA372 Condenser Heavy Duty Bomber Jacket

Regatta TRA372 Condenser Heavy Duty Bomber Jacket

Regatta Hardwear

Waterproof Hydrafort 5000 fabric. Heavy duty 300D Oxford polyester fabric. Polyester taffeta lining to the body. Soft scrim lining in collar and chin guard. Concealed hood with adjuster. Stormflap with studs and hook and loop fastening. Reflective piping to sleeve panels. Elasticated hem. Adjustable cuffs. Zipped sleeve pockets.

Code: TRA372

Regatta Hardwear

£32.57 Each (ex. VAT)

£39.08 inc. VAT
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Regatta TRA372 Condenser Heavy Duty Bomber Jacket

Concealed hood with adjuster. Stormflap with studs and hook and loop fastening. Reflective piping to sleeve panels and front and back yokes. Elasticated hem. Adjustable cuffs. Zipped sleeve pocket. Mobile phone pocket at the chest with additional zipped pocket. 2 lower zipped pockets. Lower body - 2 double action pockets with hook and loop flap entry. Internal pocket. Internal zipped embroidery access. Waterproof Hydrafort 5000 fabric. Heavy duty 300D Oxford polyester fabric. Polyester taffeta lining to the body. Soft scrim lining in collar and chin guard. Taped seams. 140 gsm body insulation wadding weight.

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Manufacturer Reagtta Hardwear
Manufacturer Code TRA372

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