The synthetic lining of the Fundango Ryder Jacket men's casual, sporty style keeps you warm in adverse weather conditions without compromising ventilation: it helps to retain heat produced by the body and prevents heat loss, keeping you comfortable in colder conditions. The zipped vents make it easy to regulate heat dissipation. Its Regular Fit cut ensures complete freedom of movement and allows for layered technical dressing. Its zippered outer pockets, ski goggle pocket and ski pass pocket keep your valuables comfortably stowed, while its elasticated inner cuffs with thumb gussets and Velcro adjustable outer cuffs fit snugly around your wrists, keeping your arms warm without restricting free movement and preventing your sleeves from curling up. The helmet's compatible drawcord-adjustable hood and drawcord-adjustable bottom hem protect you from cold winds. A DWR water repellent treatment prevents water droplets from sitting on the fabric surface, water collects as tiny beads and rolls off the jacket so you can wear it in wet weather conditions. Welded seams in strategic places keep out sudden downpours. A snow catcher that attaches to the track pants prevents snow from getting under clothing even in major dips. The development of the high quality Dripex membrane used in the jacket was inspired and helped by athletes training in extreme weather conditions. To meet their demands, the Dripex lubrication and lamination, which protects and reinforces the fabric from the inside out over its entire width, prevents cold winds or unwanted moisture from entering under any circumstances, while allowing sweat vapour to escape freely during active movement. The value of 10 000 mm means that every square centimetre of the ski jacket must be able to withstand the pressure of a column of water at least 10 000 mm high without allowing moisture to pass through. This value is a sign of premium clothing: the jacket remains impervious to water even in torrential rain. The ski jacket is made with a two-layer fabric construction: its membrane is worked to the inside of the fabric to form the first layer, and the second, breathable layer is loosely sewn to the inner surface of the garment. The ski jacket has a breathability of 8000 g/m2/h.