Jack Wolfskin introduced the Tapeless 2.0 Jacket for spring, the second iteration that eliminates 72 feet of seam-sealing tape using a new seam construction method.
Traditional seam tape depends on glue; seam-sealing tape is heavier and can limit breathability, mobility and durability. With Jack Wolfskin’s Zero Tape sewing technology, the needle does not penetrate the waterproof breathable laminate but only the outer fabric creates a continuous membrane layer in the jacket without perforation and no seam tape.
The Tapeless 2.0 Jacket for hiking and all outdoor adventures offers freedom of movement and durability through no-fail seaming, and the jacket has no shoulder or hip seams, eliminating irritation when worn with a backpack.
Made with Jack Wolfskin’s Texapore Core Fuse Stretch Ripstop 3-layer fabric (10,000mm water column; 6,000 MVTR value), the jacket provides weather protection.
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