VEGA MULTI - WOMEN'S RAIN JACKET
Extreme rain protection woman winter jacket
All-weather winter jacket for women. Vega Multi is designed to guarantee complete thermal balance in any climate conditions. Ideal for cold rides and very wet weather.
EXTREME RAIN PROTECTION
Made of totally waterproof (5000 mm water column) POLARTEC®’s Powershield Pro fabric. Microporous membrane easily releases excess heat and moisture vapor to keep you dry inside and out. Ideal for very wet weather, the jacket is completely thermowelded.
ENHANCED FIT AND INSULATION
Ergonomically-cut waterproof sleeve cuffs and tail made from fleece-lined Superoubaix fabric, with a fully waterproof PU outer layer to repel water. Waterproof internal zipper flap.
EXTRA WATERPROOF STORAGE
Additional zippered waterproof pocket lined with a breathable membrane fabric.
Reflective shoulder band, back insert, and Santini logo ensure maximum safety in low visibility.
How to take care of your Santini cycling and triathlon wear
Here are a few of the secrets that we've learned over the years to keep your kit performing at its best and last longer.
- Wash it at 30°C / 86°F
- Use the new Santini POWER CLEAN SPORT detergent, totally biodegradable and dermatologically tested
- Do not use fabric conditioner
- Avoid the tumble drier
- Avoid using washing powder, favor liquid detergent
- Turn the garment inside out
- Wash similar colours together
- Wash straight away
- Do not iron
TREK SEGAFREDOThis garment has been developed with and it is used by the Trek-Segafredo riders during racing and/or training.
POWERED BY POLARTEC® POWER SHIELDThis garment features Polartec® Power Shield®, the original soft shell fabric that defends against strong winds, rain, snow, and even abrasive surfaces.
APEXThis product is the winner of an Apex Award for pushing the boundaries of design and innovation. Learn more on https://www.polartec.com/partners/apex
5000 mm water columnThis garment is 5,000mm waterproof. This means that a test has been conducted where a long tube is placed over the fabric and the tube is then filled with water. 5,000mm or 5 metres (16.4 ft) is how far you could fill the tube before water would start to leak through the fabric. So in theory, you could stand out in the rain until 5,000mm of rain fell before you would start getting wet.