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DÆHLIE W's Challenge Jacket 2.0
Challenge 2.0 is the improved version of the optimal watersed cross -country jacket for the active skier. Perfected for training out on cold winter days. Consisting of wind and water repellent 3-layer softshell upgraded with PU diaphragm, designed to keep moisture out, while transporting moisture from the inside, so the jacket both dries quickly and breathes well through high intensity workouts. Designed with padding on the most exposed chest area when it comes to cold, this jacket keeps you warm on even the coldest days. The padding is designed to encapsure moisture, with a laminated front that ensures that the moisture does not absorb and freezes in the garment. The strategically placed elastic material in the back and under the arms ensures movement and ventilation. Rudolf Bionic Finish® ECO technology on the surface of the fabric further assures that light rain and sleet bangs off, while safeguarding good breathability. Insulated with Thermore® Ecodown, which consists solely of recycled fibers from PET bottles, this jacket provides heat with improved durability throughout the life of the garment, while at the same time constituting a lower environmental impact. Designed as part of a set, you can combine this jacket with Challenge Pants to complete the perfect outfit for cold days.
3 layer softshell
Water column: 10.000 WP
Breathability: 10.000 MVP
Thermore® Ecodown Insulation
Strategically placed elastic panels for enhanced movement and ventilation
Cross-country legend Bjørn Dæhlie pushed the limits of his sport in the 1990s. He raked in Olympic medals and world championships. He established his eponymous brand in 1996, at the height of his career. Today DÆHLIE offers sustainably produced sportswear which are perfect for cross-country skiing, running and other high-impact outdoor sports.
The production sites are in Far East, and they are strictly monitored and follow the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights and The International Labour Organization ILO's regulations that involve: Equal pay between men and women, no child labour and no exceeding of normal work hours. All of their workers are entitled to overtime provisions, and to get breaks during their work days.
Most of the materials used for the production are bluesign certified, mulesing-free merino wool or recycled polyester.