Offshore Yachting : December January 2008
Extreme hood system with "Owl" vision GORE-TEX® Ocean -- the world's most durably waterproof fabric Internal Neoprene "smooth skin" waistband for a close fit and minimising water ingress Internal Dartex neck seal and Extreme Hood System designed to protect against freezing water on wave impact All linings have been removed to increase breathability, reduce weight and increase comfort. Ergonomic sleeve construction. Features Riri® Aqua Zips and adjustable shock cord at the hem. Fabric combines the super strong GORE-TEX® Ocean Technology® membrane laminated to our highly durable outer fabric. ® Henri-Lloyd is a registered trademark of Henri-Lloyd Limited. GORE-TEX® and GORE-TEX® Ocean Technology® are registered trademarks of W.L Gore and associates. Photography: onEdition Photography. www.henrilloyd.com Introducing next-generation Supercomfort products. Find out more at www.henrilloyd.com/supercomfort The streamlined ergonomics of the Ocean Racer range has been applied to the GORE-TEX® Offshore Racer Jacket. Racers will benefit from the reduction in weight and the new Ocean Hood Pod design. The hood, constructed from 3 layer lightweight high visibility GORE-TEX® fabric is lighter and more compact and packs away into the articulated 'Ocean Hood Pod' for an improved fit. The Extreme Hood provides 'Owl Vision' with 3 adjustment options to give a fit that moves with the wearer's head. To reduce water absorption and increase long term comfort, the collar is lined with Rentex quick drying mesh and the jacket has an internal back waist adjustment which allows a closer fit to maximise freedom of movement. Raymarine Asia Pty Ltd Suite 301 2 Minna Close Belrose NSW 2085 Tel: (02) 9479 4800 Fax: (02) 9450 1255 www.raymarine.com.au ST70 -- a brand new way of visualising instrumentation and autopilot control. 8 user defined instrument data pages, 16 screen layout options for each page, easy- to-use carousel menu, sunlight viewable TFT colour display Speed, depth, heading, wind, engine, environmental data. Screen after screen -- all in glorious colour.
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