Oct 15, 2019

Gill JacketsIn a bold new look for Gill, the marine-inspired performance and lifestyle brand, the latest collection includes stylish new Men’s and Women’s easy care, Down-look jackets. The Men’s North Hill Jacket and the Women’s Whitesand Jacket are Gill’s first foray into creating insulated pieces in their Active range and offer consumers desirable outer layers that are multifunctional and wearable, both on and off the water. The latest collection is now available in store and online.
 
The jackets are Down-look but are in fact a synthetic equivalent that offers the same properties, but with the key advantage of ‘easy care’; they can be worn and washed in a standard machine. With a functional hood, stylish design and eye-catching lines and colors, these jackets still maintain Gill’s standout technical properties, with added detailed elements that reflect the core range.   
  
Gill TagThe Men’s North Hill Jacket is available in Ash/Ocre in S-XXL (US$140). Women’s Whitesand Jacket is available in Ocean/Sky in sizes 8-16 (US$140)
                                                                                     
Both jackets are made from a lightweight, windproof fabric with a water repellent finish. A super lightweight ‘Down-feel’ synthetic loose fiber insulation gives an excellent warmth-to-weight ratio to these cutting-edge garments.  
 
Fabric Composition: 
• Outer & Lining: 100% Nylon
• Insulation: 100% Recycled Polyester

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