Hound & Hare Waterproof Cumberland Upland Jacket

$350.00 USD

Item Description

Waterproof Option Now Available!

“The ripstop-nylon outer did a fine job of repelling sticks and briars, and the fleece lining in the body, high collar and storm flap kept me warm and comfortable — even in the wind.”

Shooting Sportsman, Jan/Feb 2020.

Guided by our continued commitment to create quality gear, we have collaborated with a British outdoor manufacturer with a history of manufacturing hard wearing outdoor endurance gear for special forces and military groups around the world.

The Cumberland is a fleece lined jacket that is a perfect balance of classic British craftsmanship, innovative materials and timeless style. Like the Albany vest it will exceed hunters expectations in withstanding tough hunting environments, while maintaining fit and classic style. The Cumberland Jacket is also available in a waterproof version and is the next piece to be introduced in the Hound & Hare Upland line.  

Waterproofness/Breathability: 

20,000/15,000

Made in England

  • Unisex Sizing  
    • Military heritage ruggedness
    • Ripstop material construction
    • Fleece lined body
    • Draw cord around waist
    • Deep front shell pockets with drain holes
    • Adjustable game pouch on back
    • Water bottle pocket on both sides of game bag
    • Two side zippered fleece lined pockets behind shell pockets
    • Two inner zippered pockets 
    • Two inner zippered chest pockets
    • Waterproof (15,000mm) 
    • Detachable hood
  • green/tan

 Available in Tan/Green

Care Instructions:

We recommend that you wash your product using a non-bio detergent on a gentle 86°F cycle with a spin of no more than 600rpm. Washing your clothing on a high wash can result in color fading and damage to the waterproof membrane in waterproof products. As for drying we recommend you leave your clothing to drip dry.

 How often your Hound & Hare kit needs reproofing depends on the amount and type of usage it receives. To ensure long service it is essential that you check the garment regularly. If after wearing the kit in light and short showers you notice water is no longer beading off of the kit in certain areas you may want to use a Water Repellent spray to reproof those areas. When inspecting your kit pay particular attention to critical places such as the shoulders, seams and areas most subjected to friction e.g. creases in sleeves, elbows and knees.  From time to time the whole garment will need reproofing. Use only approved Water Repellent Spray as some other may be less effective or in fact harm the material.

 Something like a Nikwax TX Direct Spray On or Nikwax TX Direct Wash In will help reproof.  Or something like this of similar quality will help maintain the waterproof garment.

 

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