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Thermal Liner Lather Jacket

$300.00 $200.00




This is a refresh from our Ariel ladies waterproof jacket. It keeps the same stylish look and even more comfortable attitude. This jacket has a removable full sleeve thermal liner, adjustable arm width, waist and sleeve cuff width which will make it even more comfortable.


  • Super abrasion resistant 600 Denier cordura outer shell
  • Reflective piping for night time visibility
  • CE Armour in Shoulders & Elbows
  • EVA back pad
  • Waterproof Membrane 
  • Detachable full sleeve thermal liner
  • Mesh comfort liner
  • Air-Vents on sleeves & back
  • Accordion stretch panels in shoulders
  • Adjustable sleeve cuff width (press button - zipper combination)
  • Adjustable waist (velcro system)
  • Collar finish in soft microfibre
  • Short connection zipper for pants
  • 2 outer hand pockets and one chest pocket - zip closure
  • Inside wallet pocket with velcro closure (in liner)
  • All zips are original


Postage is FREE anywhere in Australia (includes tracking) 
Registered and Express Post also available
General › Men › Clothing
AU UK EU EU Chest Slim Chest Classic Neck
XS 32 81 2 90 95 37
S 34 87 3 95 100 38
M 36 91 4 100 105 41
L 40 102 5 105 110 43
XL 42 107 6 110 115 44
2XL 44 115 7 115 120 46
3XL 46 120 8 120 125 48
Body measurements are in centimetres.
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