jacket 3in1 Agricol Pro dark brown
Description jacket 3in1 Agricol Pro dark brown
Technical, waterproof, year-round jacket BUSHMAN AGRICOL PRO is a jacket to a harsh weather as well. We made it from a mixture of cotton and nylon and provided it with a laminate membrane and taped seams, thanks to which it does not leak, and it retains sufficient breathability at the same time, so that you won't swelter in it.
We tuned this jacket for a wide range of uses. You will find a warm fleece liner inside - it makes the jacket suitable for winter frosts as well. It is fastened by zippers, so you can easily take it out and wear it alone as a sweatshirt. Without an insert, the jacket suddenly becomes a lighter transition jacket, which you can enjoy even in spring or autumn. Not only you won't get wet in it, but the wind will also not get on your skin through it.
The AGRICOL PRO jacket has two chest and two lower flapped pockets with a press studs underlaid with a twill ribbon, that facilitates the detachment. With extended strips, the lower pockets have an increased volume of the pouches and the contents of the pockets do not fall out of them.
Detachable hood and drawstrings at the bottom edge of the jacket bring even greater variability.
The back is elongated, so it covers your back well, even if you bend forward. The high-quality YKK zipper is covered by placket with hidden press studs. You will find a zip pocket inside for storing your valuables or your mobile phone. Then you can find an unobtrusive applique with one of the values of the BUSHMAN brand, Respect 4 Nature brand, above the outer right upper pocket.
AGRICOL PRO is the ideal jacket for trips to nature in any weather. Or buy it together with your friends and go on an adventure trip in it - for example on mopeds. For example, the ZZ Corps Bandidos locales wear the AGRICOL PRO jacket and they won't hear a word against it.
- 73% cotton
- 27% nylon
- water column: 10,000 mm
- breathability: Ret 11 Pa.m2/W
- taped seams
- detachable insert (fleece)
- damn functional
A rattletrap not once but twice!"It's a bit of a boy's passion, I sewed the first ‘Canvas’ on my mother's machine all by myself," says Martin Novák, the owner of a farm, a brewery and a museum.August 4, 2020