The new and improved light weight fjørå dri1 Jacket
is the ultimate weather protective outer layer
developed for biking activities for men. The comfortable jacket
is waterproof and breathable, and ensures a great
range of movement. It compresses easily into a little
package ready to be pulled out when rain and wind
decide to pay a visit. It has practical features such as
reflective details for improved visibility, under arm
vents, neck tightening, chest pocket with an opening
for headphones, glued zippers and a longer back to
A 2.5-layer technical fabric, dri™1 is constructed with face fabric laminated to a printed membrane on the backside. Without needing a liner, it is a soft, ultra-lightweight, low-volume protective material using a hydrophilic system of moisture transportation rather than microporous holes. Suitable for biking, walking, hiking and other outdoor sports where it’s important to shield the body against rain and wind.
Waterproof: min. 20,000 mm
Breathability: Very Good min. 20,000
** JIS-L 1099 B2-inverted cup test
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How do you make a rain jacket without a hood!? Seriously? : )
Asked by: Bogdan
I would if it would have velcro adjustable cuffs and underarm zip vents.
Answered by: Bogdan
Date published: 2018-06-23
Just wondering, why is there no jacket for women in this collection? Will there ever be one?
Asked by: puskay
The reason is that we are limiting our collections to not produce too many styles. And that means that some products are not made for both genders. But I will take your wish for this jacket further as it completely makes sense to have a womens version of it too. If you want a jacket with the same performance, you can check out the bitihorn dri1 jacket or the bitihorn Gore-Tex Active 2.0 jacket. They are really light weight and perform great in when the weather is wet or windy, and you have medium to high activity. The main difference between the fjørå dri1 jacket and the bitihorn dri1 jacket is the hood and pockets.
Best regards, Jens, Norrøna Fan Support