Haglofs Lizard Jacket is a hoodless four way stretch softshell that protects from wind and rain on the outside while wicking moisture away from the body on the inside.
Haglofs says: A versatile, lightweight full stretch Soft Shell jacket.
At Haglofs we have great awareness of our impact on both nature and people. Our overall sustainability policy is simple: We minimise our negative environmental impact by developing long-lasting products, by using a sustainable production process and by continuously increasing the proportion of recycled and bluesign approved materials used in our products.
The Take Care logo indicates a product which is Bluesign approved or using recycled materials.
Many of our fabrics are treated with durable water repellent (DWR) to keep you dry, warm and clean for longer. Where it is possible without compromising the high level of functionality of our garments, we use more environmentally friendly DWR treatments.
C6 DWR (PFOA free) DWR treatment is completely free from perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) and has a significantly reduced content of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and has excellent functionality while causing less harm to the environment.
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Haglofs' Lizard Jacket is a mid weight softshell that will deliver a high standard of protection from wind and rain showers whilst not being prohibitively heavy. Modern softshell jackets are amazingly flexible keeping you warm, dry and comfortable in a wide range of conditions, meaning you hardly ever need to take them off whilst hiking.
The Lizard has a small external chest pocket, two hand pockets, a shockcorded hem and lightly elasticated cuffs. Although not tried the Lizard in anger yet the feel of the fabric and Haglofs reputation suggests we aren't going to be disappointed.
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