Quechua Bionnassay 700



This hardshell jackt was made by Quechua, a well known…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Fabric: Gore-tex Novadry System
Price Paid: $350

This hardshell jackt was made by Quechua, a well known French label that make sport articles mainly for Decathlon Stores. This mountain jacket level is situated between the Marmot Thunderlight Jacket and the Mountain Hardwear 2000 Exposure Parka.

The fabric is very supple and very waterproof breathable: the Novadry an extended new French Gore-tex proceeding consisting of: 42% polyester, 42% polyurethan, 16% polyamid. All seams taped, with anti-snow skirt attached with 2 snaps buttons. 2 underarms pitzips for ventilation added with 2 side pockets meshlined, it's really well ventilated.

Ergonomic swivelhood with backcords adjusters. Zipclosure added with one down snap button plus 6 velcros. Reinforced waterproof stretch black panels at elbows and arms. Velcros on cuffs. Can be folded to form a bag. Colors: orange, purple, red/black panels.

This model has been updated since. Used it intensively by all weathers, I was dry and satisfied with it. Can be assorted with the pant in black.

Quechua Bionnassay 700

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