The newest addition to our Theorem 3-layer performance collection. The Parton takes our highly waterproof and breathable stretch 3-layer fabric and combines expressive blocking and design lines adding another dimension of self-expression to the Theorem line.
2-Way Water Resistant Front Zip
Side Entry Zip Hand Pockets
Water Resistant Zip Hand Pockets
Zip Underarm Vents
Shock Cord Hood And Hem Adjustment
Soft Chin And Neck Guard
Inner Storm Flap
Jacket To Pant Snap Away Powder Skirt
Elastic Insert At Powder Skirt For Better Movement
Stretch Sleeve Gaiter With Thumbhole
Inner Zip Pocket With Cord Exit And Cable Guide
Stretch Mesh Goggle Pocket
Zip Pass Pocket In Left Sleeve Hem
Fabric4way Stretch Polyester 3L
Outershell: 85% Recycled Polyester, 15% Elastane
Backing: 100% Polyester
Membrane: 100% Polyurethane
Lining: 100% Polyester
Powder Skirt, Lower Sleeves: 100% Nylon
Sleeve Gaiters And Stretch Insert Powder Skirt: 80% Nylon 20% Polyester
Goggle Pocket: 75% Nylon 25% Elastane
3-layer shell fabric
3-layer shell fabric is waterproof, windproof, and breathable. The fabric features a water-repellent finish, a waterproof/breathable membrane, and a lightweight knit interior. No lining. The 3 layers are bonded to become one lightweight fabric to protect you from the elements.
Fully seam sealed
All seams and areas with stitch lines are heat sealed with water-repellent tape.
Made with yarn that stretches in both directions, crosswise and lengthwise.
Non-insulated garment, single layer, and wind-resistant.
Traditional outerwear fit with room to layer, but not too loose. Relaxed through the hips and thighs with a regular leg opening
A work in progress, we’ve set a goal to work towards having a line completely made of only fully recycled fabrics in the near future. As we start this journey, our main goal is to do our part in reducing the industry’s greater impact one step at a time.
PFC Free DWR
As part of our commitment to improving our environmental footprint we have entirely switched from C6 DWR containing hazardous PFC’s (per- and poly-fluorinated chemicals) to PFC-free DWR on all our fabrics and styles that require a DWR coating. The importance of a cleaner textile process is fundamental in our journey to reducing our environmental footprint.