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Product Code: A1722789

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Product Information

A looser fitting and warmer mid layer with panel construction and a longer fit, the Haglöfs Men's Scramble Thermo Jersey is perfect for mountain biking. The Pontetorto Technostretch fabric is fast drying and has high wicking qualities to ensure the user remains warm and dry throughout activity. The thinner fabric on the rear of the jacket allows for greater ventilation whilst the flatlocked seams reduce chafing making this a fantastic all round mid layer.

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Product Features

  • Weight: 295g (size L)
  • Fabric: Pontetorto Tecnostretch (89% recycled polyester, 11% elastane)
  • High wicking fabric
  • Thinner rear fabric panel for ventilation
  • Flatlocked seams throughout
  • Full body front zip
  • Underarm panels
  • Single rear pocket
  • Longer cut with dropped rear hem
  • Front and rear reflective detailing

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(9 out of 10)


Warm, and slim cut for cycling. Long cut meant that a small fitted me at 5ft11
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Confirmed purchase: 25 September 2015
Published on: 27 October 2015