The Men’s Berghaus Paclite Dynak Waterproof Jacket features:
- Articulated sleeves are designed to give greater freedom of movement
- No more draughts thanks to dual adjustment, dropped length, hem and hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs
- Keep your essentials safe and easy to reach with two zipped hand pockets
- A fully adjustable hood with stiffened peak and chin guard means you won’t get rained off
- The robust, water resistant YKK centre front zip delivers even more protection from the elements.
- PLANET FRIENDLY Madekind product featuring over 90% bluesign® approved fabric for high performance that won’t let the planet down.
- WATERPROOF 2L GORE-TEX® Paclite provides full waterproof protection that’s famously lightweight and breathable.
- PACKABLE Built with only the features you need so it packs down small and won’t steal much space in your rucksack.
- Weight: 365g
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Men’s Berghaus Paclite Dynak Waterproof Jacket – Can you wash a waterproof jacket?
Washing waterproof jackets or clothing and treating them to re-waterproof the fabric can be a daunting challenge to take on. At Berghaus we often get asked ‘can you wash waterproof clothing?’ or ‘how do you wash a waterproof jacket?’ the answer to those questions are ‘of course you can!’ and ‘it’s very easy!’
So long as you stick to a few basic rules washing and re-treating waterproof garments, including GORE-TEX®, is a relatively simple and safe thing to do. So to help you out Berghaus have put together a nice simple step by step showing you how to clean and re-waterproof your jacket – CLICK HERE.
Men’s Berghaus Pravitale Hybrid Insulated Jacket – Who is the brand Berghaus?
It’s that feeling we all love. Being at home in the outdoors. Rain, icy winds, maybe even some sunshine… it really doesn’t matter. The outdoors brings us life. This is the feeling behind Berghaus. From the early days above the shop in the North East of England they’ve come a long way. We’ve over 50 years’ experience creating outdoor gear that is built to last and loved across the world. They know great kit is the difference between enjoying the outdoors and truly loving it. A lifetime of adventure. Guaranteed. Berghaus products can do (almost) anything
For 50 years, Berghaus has been committed to endless innovation and the relentless pursuit of excellence. We believe passionately that our products make a real difference to the people who use them – and we guarantee our gear will stand up to the task it’s intended for (yes, that does rule out using your jacket as a paragliding sail).
2001 – 2005
After bringing the first GORE-TEX® product to market in the early 1990s, Berghaus did it again with the launch of GORE-TEX® Summit II XCR® in 2001– an exceptionally tough yet ultra-breathable waterproof fabric.
This was followed by the launch of Extrem Light – an integrated, lightweight range of clothing, footwear and rucksacks, designed to help people go faster and further for longer.
In 2004, we launched our Adventure Travel range – combining high-performance technology with laid-back comfort. Featuring intelligent fabric technology, Adventure Travel was packed with innovation and classically Berghaus.
2005 saw Berghaus launch of the world’s most innovative back system to date. Bioflex®, designed to work with the body’s natural movements, stole the show at all major UK and international shows that year and received the ISPO award for innovation.
2006 – 2010
After 40 years of innovating, we didn’t stop there.
Now with a team of over 20 extraordinary athletes on board, including the world famous climber and adventurer Leo Houlding, top mountainner Mick Fowler and multi-skilled husband and wife team Philippe and Anna Gatta, Berghaus continued to blaze a trail in the outdoor world.
The launch of three flagship UK stores in Gateshead, London and Bristol, helped establish Berghaus’ status as an iconic outdoor brand. In 2006 we went on to receive royal recognition – the Queen’s Award for innovation in the design and technical development of outdoor products.
Our focus remains on creating proper gear for outdoor lovers across the world. Some things never change.
2009 saw Berghaus athlete Leo Houlding take on one of his toughest challenges yet– the epic ascent of Mount Asgard on Baffin Island with fellow Berghaus athletes Sean Leary, Jason Pickles and award-winning filmmaker Alastair Lee.
Not content with one epic adventure, Leo also climbed Mount Huashan in the same year. One of China’s most sacred mountains, it took Leo just one day to scale Mount Huashan – confirming his position as one of the greatest climbers in the world.
2011 – PRESENT
Our ambassadors have continued to take on mammoth challenges that push them to their limits, with many of their expeditions being confirmed as world firsts. In 2013, Leo Houlding led an international team to success on the first ascent of a major new route on the remarkable Antarctic peak, Ulvetanna (2930m). Widely considered to be the most demanding peak on the harshest continent, the mile long north east ridge of the mountain has been described as one of “the last great climbs”. More recently, in 2017, he successfully led a ground-breaking ‘three in one’ polar expedition across Antarctica that led him to the mountain known as Spectre – in his words, “the remotest place on land on the face of the earth”.
A new generation of athletes have also emerged on scene, with 23 year old climber and Berghaus ambassador Anna Taylor achieving a world first by undertaking self-powered ascent of every climb listed in the iconic ‘Classic Rock’ guidebook.
Our products continue to be shaped by what Davison and Lockey set out to achieve in 1966. In 2019, we launched our Dean Street range; a collection paying homage to our birthplace of Newcastle and bringing back classic archive products.
Today, we’re still the world’s leading outdoor brand for quality gear that’s designed to last. Some things will never change.