Quilted Primaloft® Packable Jacket
OPADI is the classic quilted AlphaTauri jacket with PrimaLoft® filling that comes with an integrated packing system. The ultra-light OPADI packable jacket features a hood and is made of a unique water-repellent lightweight fabric with marmorized effect and can be folded into a small package through its side pocket. OPADI is the perfect transition jacket for autumn and for the unpredictable weather conditions that come with it.
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With its unique, water-repellent fabric and PrimaLoft® Black Down Blend insulation, the lightweight, quilted AlphaTauri OPADI packable jacket is an ideal piece for the extraordinary everyday. PrimaLoft® Black Down Blend is the ultimate hybrid of 50% PrimaLoft® ultrafine fibres and 50% water-repellent down, providing exceptional softness and warmth. The OPADI features various functional and technical details, like the thin, elastic cuffs at the hem and sleeves, as well as a YKK Metaluxe® front zipper. Various pockets offer ample space for all daily essentials. Special features like rubberised snap buttons with logo branding on the front and the special fabric, which has a memory effect when krinkled and takes on a marmorized look, make the OPADI a very modern and casual style. Thanks to its integrated packing system, it can be folded into its own side pocket and easily stowed away. The OPADI is a sophisticated companion for anyone who is always on the move.
PrimaLoft® Black Down Blend Insulation
Integrated packing system: can be stowed away in side-slit pocket
Lightweight technical fabric with crinkle effect
Two side-slit pockets
Rubberised snap buttons with logo branding
YKK Metaluxe® front zipper
Reflective logo on the sleeve
Outer material: 100% polyamide
Filling material: 50% polyester, 50% duck down
Wash with similar colours
Wash inside out
Wash with mild detergent
Do not use softener
Gentle spin cycle
Tumble dry with tennis balls
Our model is 176 cm tall and is wearing the size small.
All measurements are in centimetres