Monday, 24 July 2017 09:31

Berghaus launch entry level Deluge Light for low level walking and general outdoor use

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Berghaus is helping to keep the nation dry this summer with the launch of a new lightweight jacket at an accessible price. The Deluge Light is waterproof, very packable and retails at only £85.

Available in men’s and women’s specific versions, the jacket is designed for walking and general use outdoors during a British summer – it will perform when needed, but can be easily stowed away out of sight when the sun shines.

M and W Deluge Light on the hill 002

The Deluge Light is made out of Berghaus’ own award winning Hydroshell® fabric, which is waterproof, breathable, durable and lightweight. Features on the jacket include an adjustable hood, two lower zipped pockets and elasticated cuffs for a more comfortable fit. The men’s jacket weighs only 300g in large and the women’s weighs just 258g in size 12. Both jackets are available in a range of vibrant colours.

Deluge Light red 002

The Berghaus Deluge Light jacket is available now from and selected specialist outdoor retailers.

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