A breath of nothing
The ultralight wind vest protects shoulders and chest from cooling down too far, while stretchy mesh inserts at the back provide for optimal ventilation. The vest is made of eco-friendly, bluesign® certified primary material; impossible to beat when it comes to pack size and weight! This product is made with Eco Finish, an eco-friendly water-repellent finish without fluorocarbons (PFC).
- Inner front flap with chin guard at the collar.
- Lycra at the cuffs and lower hem.
- 1 back pocket for jacket storage.
- Full-length front zip.
- Mesh inserts at the back.
- Reflective elements.
- 80% windproof, very breathable and water repellent.
- Tiny pack size.
- Eco-friendly and fair manufacturing.
Vaude strives for good working conditions and wages for all workers. As member of the Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) they are committed to continuously improve working conditions at all of our production facilities, monitoring these conditions regularly. Vaude has achieved leader status, the highest status of FWF membership.
With Green Shape label, Vaude offers functional, environmentally-friendly products made from sustainable materials. They are manufactured under fair working conditions along the entire supply chain. The criteria for the label are strict and transparent. They are under constant review and cover the entire lifecycle of the product from design, through production, care and maintenance, to repair and the product’s end of life.
The fabric's stretch comes from either spandex in the fabric or from the type of knit or weave used for the material. This offers maximum freedom of movement.
The fabric’s extra dense construction (achieved by weave, finish or processing) makes it 80% windproof. What’s left of the wind is a pleasant, cool breath of fresh air offering unbeatable breathability. This technology is a great choice for windy weather conditions in high-motion mountain and bike sports.
The Ultralight icon identifies Vaude products that belong to the lightest in their class available on the market today. Their minimal weight is made possible by extremely lightweight materials and by paring them down to the most necessary features.