When you’re out on a bike tour you really need just one thing – to have fun! Making frequent stops to change your clothing is an inconvenience you just don’t need. The Men's All Year Moab ZO Jacket puts an end to this nuisance – its range of use is wide and it can be quickly transformed into a vest when temperatures rise, without having to take it off. Just zip off the sleeves and shoulders when you’ve warmed up. And when it really heats up, you can store it compactly in your backpack – where it’ll be waiting for you at the end of the ride.
A jacket that adapts to the day’s schedule
In the morning you’ll need the full jacket version – when the day warms up, just take the sleeves off! This highly practical function makes the Men’s All Year Moab ZO the perfect choice for a wide range of activities. Whether the forecast is calling for bone-chilling fall weather or a sun-kissed golden October day – this marvel offers a high degree of adaptability.
Prepared for any weather
The Men’s All Year Moab ZO isn’t just water-repellent.The integrated vest also features biobased S.Café® insulation made from recycled coffee grounds. In addition, the baffling isn’t sewn-through but rather hf-welded. This gives the jacket a technical look and is also advantageous when it comes to avoiding cold spots. The absence of all sewn seams makes the jacket completely windproof at the front which is perfect when the wind is whipping over the pass or winter starts to creep over the landscape!
VAUDE’s product developers used a high-quality, breathable material at the back that ensures a balanced microclimate, even when you start to sweat.
Sustainable production methods
Recycled coffee grounds and PET were used in the vest and the softshell is made from 100 % recycled materials for optimal protection from the elements and, at the same time, making a valuable contribution to protecting our planet. The VAUDE Green Shape label stands for environmentally friendly, functional products made from sustainable, bluesign®-certified materials.
Sustainability Report – Recycled Materials