The weatherproof work jacket is irreplaceable in winter
Weatherproof work jackets not only make working in winter more pleasant, but also protect against cold and wetness and thus prevent classic respiratory diseases such as flu or a simple cold. A work jacket for winter should provide thermal insulation, especially at the back and hips. The work jacket should have a hood to protect against spontaneous rain and stormy winds. Making the work jacket weatherproof is the job of a membrane between the layers of the work jacket. Simpler membranes make the work jacket windproof, but then also only water repellent - the advantage here is the breathability present. Making work jackets waterproof and yet breathable at the same time is not contradictory, because the way a waterproof membrane works at lower temperatures transports water vapour more easily to the outside.
Weather protection is part of a complete work outfit
KÜBLER weather jackets are also certified according to the safety standard EN 343 (weather clothing), which means that a work jacket must beweatherproof and waterproof. This is defined by key figures such as water permeability and water vapour permeability. Workwear is differentiated into 3 classes, with class 3 being the highest and having a water column of 13,000 pa - thus offering the highest possible weather protection for work jackets