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Tech Specs: New Hydronaute 3S hardshell fabric

July 01, 2014

Hydronaute 3S delivers a new level of breathability and moisture protection.

Unlike most waterproof/breathable fabrics that rely on a diffusion process to remove moisture vapour, Hydronaute 3S has a unique membrane technology that allows air exchange to transport moisture vapour out through the membrane while protecting the inside from external moisture.

It’s performance in active field conditions has proven to be up to 100% more breathable than other waterproof/breathable fabric technologies: unprecedented levels of breathability in real field situations.

Waterhead: 10,000mm+
Air Permeability: minimum 0.2cfm (the lower the number: the less air penetration)

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Hydronaute 3S is the ideal fabric for any high energy activity. It will keep you drier across a greater range of temperatures and enable superior performance in any condition.

Greater breathability. Greater comfort. Hydronaute 3S.

Available now on the Thunderbolt Jacket for Men and Women.

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