The Dryzzle jacket is back. This season it comes with Futurelight - a customisable, breathable, waterproof fabric. It was developed using nanospinning technology, which for the first time gives air permeability to a waterproof membrane. In addition, it’s made from recycled polyester and impregnated with a durable non-PFC water repellent repellent to ensure excellent sustainable properties. The revised Dryzzle is therefore a reliable, seam-sealed, three-layer jacket for adventures in wet and windy weather. It has a stretch knitted inner side, which, unlike other materials, does not feel cool on the skin. It also features a fixed, fully-adjustable hood, cuffs with Velcro Velcro and a storm flap with snap fastener that keeps the heat on and protects you from wind and rain. Combine them with the Dryzzle Futurelight pants for ultimate wetness protection when hiking.
Futurelight The North Face has made a waterproof membrane permeable to air for the first time. In contrast to conventional membranes, the nanostructure of the Futurelight membrane allows air to pass through. This allows for better ventilation and breathability while remaining waterproof and robust. Thanks to this new nanofibre structure, The North Face has been able to produce its lightest and most breathable membrane. A wafer-thin, flexible garment that guarantees comfort and protects against the harshest weather conditions.