When the weather demands it, Keela's Hydron Soft shell offers dynamic protection whether you are high on the hill or trekking in the countryside. Using some of the most advanced technology Keela's Air-Xtream Fusion fabric features a matrix inner face which regulates the movement of air and moisture away from the body, this paired with 2-way stretch and high water and wind resistance make the Hydron Soft shell perfect for any adventure.
Excellent condensation control
Helmet-compatible attached hood
Two zipped hip pockets
Two zipped chest pockets
Hook and loop adjustable cuffs
Pit zips for air ventilation
Full length main zip with inner storm flap
Shock cord with locks at hem
Air channels matrix system
AirXtream Fusion has a high percentage of stretch for added comfort while still retaining its durability. Its weatherproofing means it can be used for longer on its own when the weather turns bad and acts as the perfect mid layer in colder conditions, reducing bulk while still helping to retain insulation.
A combination of materials brought together in one performance system. The outer woven stretch component is treated with a highly durable water repellent finish and then bonded to a hydrophilic membrane.
The final component is the lining; this ‘Air Channel Matrix’ system minimises contact with inner clothing or skin and allows for an increased air gap, helping to improve the overall performance of the layering system and reducing condensation without constraining body movement.
Keela's range is used for everything from running and cycling to conquering mountains, and each item is designed to work best in a specific scenario. However this can mean that our items fit differently from each other, depending on what you are using them for, and your own personal preferences!
For example if you’re usually a size M and have one of ourbase layersin a size M and decide you really MUST have aKeela Munro Jacketfor walking your dogs in the pouring rain – if you aren’t planning on wearing multiple bulky layers with the Munro, you’re likely to find the size M too big – this is because it’s designed to survive trips up mountains in the most extreme conditions, where you would need to wear a wicking baselayer, maybe amicrofleece,and a thicker fleece or thermaljacket.If you’re not going to wear these layers, you’ll have a lot of extra space!
Still confused? Don’t worry! We’ve added icons to our product pages to let you know how the item fits, and you can follow the extra guidance below to help you decide if you should stick to your normal size, or choose a size up or down.