YOUR BAD-WEATHER PROTECTION
PreVentâ„˘ is our watertight, windproof and breathable techno-material.
The impermeability rating at 10.000mm and the care taken in product design for preventing all water infiltration guarantee that our PreVentâ„˘ wear is of the very highest quality. PreVentâ„˘ marked clothing is designed to resist against rain, snow, wind squalls whilst remaining breathable and comfortable for the hunter at the same time.
THE BEST INSULATION FOR ALL WEATHER CONDITIONS
PrimaLoftâ„˘ is a premium performance insulation engineered for superior warmth, water resistance, loft, softness and compressibility.
These fibres are the finest in the industry and are densely packed to retain heat better for improved thermal efficiency. PrimaLoftâ„˘ fibres are specially treated to repel water molecules and absorb less water to make it more water-resistant and faster drying than other polyester insulations.
Tightly-compressed fibres also make PrimaLoftâ„˘ highly wind-resistant as the smaller, finer fibres compress more and are lighter, less bulky, more breathable and extremely compressible.
Thatâ€™s what makes our clothing with PrimaLoftâ„˘ insulation so exceptional.
A FLEXIBLE INSULATION SYSTEM
Zip'Inâ„˘ an X-Changeâ„˘ are zip-fastening systems for incorporating insulated clothing inside a jacket.
This enables hunters to adjust the insulation level of their jacket depending on outside conditions or to use each product separately.
Zip'Inâ„˘ and X-Changeâ„˘ are not compatible.
The Reactarâ„˘ G2 anti-recoil patch uses the new flexible Impact Geltm material, which absorbs recoil better than any other product on the market.
The Reactarâ„˘ G2 patch is placed inside jackets, vests or shirts fitted with a special Reactarâ„˘ G2 pocket. Only 8mm thick, it does not change your length of arming or point of aim. Flexible it adapts itself to your morphology without the slightest difficulty.
Thinsulateâ„˘ Insulation is used in your jacketsâ€š pants or gloves to help keep you warm when it's cold outside.
The unique microfibres or fine fibres that make up Thinsulate insulation work by trapping air molecules between you and the outside.
The more air a material traps in a given spaceâ€š the better it insulates you from the cold outside air.
Because the fibres in Thinsulate insulation are finer than the fibres used in most other synthetic or natural insulationâ€š they trap more air in less spaceâ€š which naturally makes Thinsulate insulation a better insulator.