Keela Special Forces Jacket Original

Keela Special Forces Jacket Original

Regular Price: £149.99

Special Price £139.99

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Regular Price: £149.99

Special Price £139.99

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Last few, SAVE £10.00. The XSmall size comes up as a good small to medium. Recommended to us by sharp end operators this superb Keela Special Forces Jacket. Comfotable, waterproof, awesome design features.
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The Keela Special Forces Multicam combat jacket uses System Dual Protection as used by British Special forces. The double membrane material system is the only system to manage inner condensation creating an improved wearer comfort environment.
The jacket is designed with water resistant zippers to reduce bulk and weight. As all breathable, waterproof materials do not work after 1 hour in wet and cold conditions, System Dual Protection will work in all conditions. Now used by 80% of British Mountain Rescue teams, Police, Fire Arms Units and many more.

The Keela Special Forces jacket is designed as an over garment, as such they are cut generously

Features

Features:-Fully lined ADS Micro laminated fabric.

-Centre front moulded 2-way zip with double stormflap with Velcro closure.

-Chest cross pockets with button closure.

-Small mobile pocket on left chest pocket.

-Pit zips with two sliders.

-Weatherproof map pocket.

-Velcro adjustable cuffs.

-Dual waterproof membrane system.

-Windproof, Highly breathable, Wickable.

-Integral wired peak hood with volume adjustment.

-Full length main zip with stormflap.

-Internal O/S map pocket.

-Underam zip ventilation.

-Double stormflap with Velcro closure.

-One handed draw puller movement

-4 Pockets 2 large and 2 small

-Improved Compass pocket with a D to attach the compass

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Quality bit of kit worth every penny wish I’d got one sooner
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Review by George R / (Posted on 24/02/2018)