Berghaus Ultralight Outdoor Jacket
Berghaus Hyper 100: The first 3-layer outdoor jacket weighing under 100g (3.5 oz).
Completely waterproof and especially breathable. Ideal for mountaineering, running, cycling, ...
No heavier than a bar of chocolate and folds down to a tiny size of 9 x 10cm (3.5" x 3.9"): This high-tech pocket rain jacket fits into any daypack and even in a hip pocket. You barely notice that you are carrying it. Even in heavy rain, it keeps you 100% dry while being extremely breathable.
Unique: The combination of ultra lightness, the ability to withstand a 20,000mm (787") water column*, and MVTR value of 40,000g/m2/24hrs (1180oz/yd2/24hrs).**
What feels like an extremely thin fabric is actually a laminate made of 3 functional layers: Tearproof 7 denier nylon on the outside; a waterproof membrane in the middle; and an inner layer that quickly transports body moisture outwards. All seams and the zip fastener are sealed waterproof.
Winner of the ISPO Gold Award 2017 and the Outdoor Industry Gold Award 2016.
The quality seal of the sporting goods industry and the most prestigious recognition in the outdoor wear sector. The British manufacturer Berghaus was founded in 1966 by two climbers and has always been considered the leading innovator. It specialises in waterproof outdoor clothing and is the outfitter of extreme athletes and exceptional mountaineers.***
For women and men.
Casual blouson shape. Elasticated hem, sleeve ends and hood hem. High-closing front zip fastener. Hood with reflector print. Length in size M: 70cm (27.6"). 100% polyamide. Membrane made of 100% polyurethane. Machine washable. Incl. 11 x 11 cm (4.3" x 4.3") carrying bag with belt loop. Colour: Anthracite.
* 25 times greater than the minimum requirement of 800mm (31.5") for waterproofness in heavy rain according to EU standard (EN: 343:2010)
** MVTR = Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate. The value represents how much water vapour gets through 1m2 (1.2yd2) of the material in 24 hours. At 10,000m2 (11960yd2), a material is rated as very breathable. 40,000m2 (47840yd2) is the record so far.
*** Including Leo Houlding, British specialist climber and action filmmaker, Mick Fowler, 3 times winner of the “Piolets d’Or”, the highest distinction in extreme mountaineering, and climbing icon Sir Chris Bonington, who was knighted in 1996 for his mountaineering achievements.