Below is a simple summary of which garments are waterproof based on a three-level scale. We have formulated our waterproofness scale based on the waterproofness of the material, whether the garment has taped or welded seams, and how the garment is constructed.
Not waterproof - This garment is not waterproof and will not repel rain.
Water-repellent - This garment is water-repellent and will repel light rain for a short length of time.
Waterproof - This garment is fully waterproof, both material and construction.
Below is a simple summary of which garments have insulating properties. The warmth scale is based on a number of factors such as weight of padding, type of padding, length and construction of the garment.
Remember that everyone experiences heat differently and some people feel the cold more than others. This scale is intended to provide a pointer regarding how warm a garment is.
Shell - This is a shell garment and has no insulating properties.
Warm - This garment is warm and has insulating properties.
Extra warm - This garment is extra warm and has highly insulating properties.
Insulates your body to make sure you always have the right temperature. Worn separate as a second layer. In harsh weather preferably worn together with a protective shell that is 100% wind and waterproof.
A windproof jacket in high-performance insulation fabric that provides plenty of warmth and thickness without feeling heavy. The ultimate year-round jacket on its own, but can also be worn under a shell jacket in wet weather. Breast pocket and side pockets with zip closure. Packs conveniently into its own left side pocket, so you can always carry it with you. The cuffs are made of stretch material and have thumb-holes. The jacket has stretch panels in the sides for ease of movement, while the knitted stretch panels provide excellent ventilation. The fabric has a PFC-free water-repellent finish. All logos on the jacket are reflective.