KINGSTONE WAX JACKET SAGE

  • Mens Waxed Cotton Heritage Jacket
  • Waxed Cotton By Halley Stevensons® Of Dundee, Scotland
  • Removable 125g Thermal Liner With Marton Mills® Tartan Panels
  • Korean Reissa® Waterproof And Breathable Drop Membrane
  • Italian CE Approved Safetech® Armour To Shoulders And Elbows
  • YKK® And Max® Zips Used Throughout Including Short YKK® Connecting Zip
  • Two Lower Patch Pockets And Two Chest Pockets
  • Side Entry Hand Warmer Pockets Lined With Microfibre Fleece
  • Hood Stored In The Collar
  • Adjustment To Cuff and Hem

Product Code: MWP060

Colour: Sage

Sizes: SML-3XL

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Product Description

This new jacket features a Dry Wax rather than Silk Wax outer from the original waxed cotton manufacturer, Halley Stevensons of Dundee, Scotland. The Dry Wax has a more refined and modern appearance, less tacky and sticky than our traditional Silk Wax garments, such as Sandon. The styling has taken a different approach with a more high street fashion appearance with branded buttons on pockets, cuff and hem with less classic cross quilted overlays.

The Kingstone jacket still features though a Reissa waterproof and breathable membrane behind the wax, offering a double layer of protection. British manufacturer Marton Mills has contributed to creating beautiful liners that colour match the outside colour (Grey Highlander in Navy and Gordon Red in Sage) and the armour has been sourced from Italy from a company with exceptional soft mould armour, Safetech.

5.00 out of 5

1 review for KINGSTONE WAX JACKET SAGE

  1. 5 out of 5

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    My impressions of the Kingstone jacket after about 8 months ownership. First, really excellent construction quality. Has withstood all-day riding in the rain in the Scottish highlands, which as many know is quite a test, and kept me dry throughout – first jacket I’ve had that is able to do that. So full marks Merlin.

    There are a few irritating quirks that I think could be improved. The hood built into the neck makes the neckpiece very thick and rigid, and catches on the underside of the helmet (for me), which makes turning my head with helmet on more difficult. I would dispose of the hood, as I never use it anyway.

    The cuff is a single button that is hard to do up and undo – I would bin this in favour of a velcro flap. And lastly the neck flap and its velcro patch are too small – they should be made wider.

    However these are minor irritations, and don’t detract from what is really a very high quality jacket.

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