By Tentree

Nimbus Rain Jacket

By Tentree

Nimbus Rain Jacket

bcorp cert
PET bottles
transparent supply chain

£150.00

Description
Looking for a rain jacket that's not only waterproof, but sustainably made? Ours features air-tight pockets and an AquaGuard® CF zippered. All seams are taped to get you warm and dry. This regular fitting jacket has a lined hood and body, with a zippered left chest pocket as well as the two lower front pockets. The outer shell is made of 100% REPREVE Recycled Polyester with a waterproof coating. The PFC-free DWR coating has a waterproof rating of 10000mm, The Bluesign certified non-PFC water repellent coating is made up of a 75% recycled TPU membrane.
Care guide

Wash cold, hang dry

Size guide

Men's jacket
Size Chest Waist Hip Sleeve Neck
S 36"-38" 29"-31" 35.5"-37.5" 33.25" 15"-15.5"
M 38.5"-40.5" 31.5"-33.5" 38"-40" 34" 15.5"-16"
L 41"-43" 34"-36" 40.5"-42.5" 34.75" 16"-16.5"
XL 43.5"-45.5" 36.5"-38.5" 43"-45" 35.5" 17"-17.5"
XXL 46.5"-48.5" 39.5"-41.5" 46"-48" 36.375" 17.5"-18"

Delivery

FREE delivery on orders over £100
Standard UK Delivery - 3-5 working days | £2.99
Express UK Delivery - 1-2 days | £5.99
Delivery to Rest of World - 7-10 working days | £35
*Please note Import duties and taxes may apply for International deliveries.

See our delivery & returns page for more info.

tentree

earth-first apparel.

tentree create aspirational outside products. For those who identify with the outdoors, but are not defined by them.

tentree is rooted in the belief that they have a responsibility to protect and preserve the world we live in. Buy one, and they'll plant ten. Let's branch out to nature, ten trees at a time.

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As environmentalists their mission is to guide you on your journey and empower you to do your best when it comes to the environment. You don't have to be a hardcore environmentalist to make a difference. It's the little things, like riding your bike to work, bringing your own grocery bag, and buying an item that plants ten trees - they all add up. Especially when millions of other people start doing them too.