No. 30253


An optimal three layer/mid layer jacket. Ideal for the HH three layer system.

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An optimal three layer/mid layer jacket. Ideal for the HH three layer system.

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An optimal three layer/mid layer jacket. Ideal for the HH three layer system.

A global bestseller! When the weather calls for added protection, this water-resistant, breathable jacket keeps you warm and dry. Fleece lined collar and pockets and adjustable fit add extra protection from the cold.


  • Embroider friendly
  • One hand adjustable hem
  • Adjustable cuffs
  • Hand warmer pockets
  • Fleece lined
  • Hip length, design
  • Quick dry lining
  • Lined for comfort
  • Durable Water Repellency treatment (DWR)
  • Fully seam sealed
  • 2 ply fabric construction
  • Waterproof, windproof and breathable


  • Machine wash in luke warm water
  • Do not use fabric softener
  • Remove promptly from the washer
  • Close all velcro tabs before washing
  • Wash dark colours separately
  • Some fading may occur on bright colours
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Do not iron
  • Do not dry clean

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CREW MIDLAYER JACKET is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Jacket I spent May sailing off France and Northern Spain including a Biscay crossing. The weather was very mixed with periods of lovely sunshine, strong winds and heavy rain. Temperatures were generally in the low teens. The crew mid-layer jacket was perfect. It's surprisingly warm and very windproof. It dealt with brief showers well too. At night I generally put on the swift fleece 2 under the mid-layer jacket for extra insulation and if the rain was persistent I used a heavy waterproof over the top. This kept me warm and dry at all times. I bought the Large and it fits well with enough room to layer comfortably over and under. I'm six foot tall and slim build.
Date published: 2013-06-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from really liking this one really liked the design of this jacket. bought it for the half of the year where things get pretty cold after sunset.. so this jacket is easy to pack, lightweight and at night offers nice visibility and just enough insulation. its got a bit more insulation than you might expect from the looks of the pictures. its not just a one layer thin dry shell. im not a fan of any hoods either. this jacket doesnt have one which makes the jacket look more sleek.. its usability in rain might be limited though because of this.
Date published: 2011-05-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great soft-shell jacket Great jacket for when it gets cooler at night after sailing. Fleece really keeps you warm inside as the shell protects you against light / medium rain and wind. I would suggest for continuos sailing use as it will eventually loose the water repellent coating. The only negative I have about this jacket is that the inside fleece at the cuffs tend to fold out on me. but other than that a very well made jacket!
Date published: 2012-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great jacket This jacket is great, it blocks the wind ( I live in a windy city,) very comfortable feel. It's a HH people, you know it's good.
Date published: 2012-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It didn't know it was so warm I use this product as an everyday jacket
Date published: 2011-12-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great jacket for coastal racing On the practice-race day before the Sid Doren regatta in The Ethchells Jaguar Series on Biscayne Bay (Miami) last weekend, I had my first chance to test the Midlayer crew jacket. Conditions were: low 60s (F); overcast; 2-3 foot chop; 18-25 knots of breeze; fair amount of spray; occasional waves over bow and/or completing dousing hiking crew. Wore the Jacket as my outer layer--ie, in place of a spray top or foulies, over a pair of competitor salopettes. The Jacket performed wonderfully. Gear did not leak; no water seeped up inside the 'synched' cuffs, or up inside waist. There was only one wave that caught me off guard with zipper only 7/8 up, so caught a little seepage down from top. after zipping all the way up, no more seepage from top: hard to do, without a neoprene neck strap. Impressively, the Jacket kept me warm throughout, and yet had sufficient breathability that I was not too warm, even after active mark maneuvers followed by downwind kite-running. The design spec is probably not for use as outerwear, but it adds value to the product when a jacket is versatile and can have high-performance secondary uses. The low profile and minimalist design are a plus (sailors dislike too much fabric or protrusions--which simply get in the way, or get caught in blocks, cleats, winches, etc); the fleece around the neck and 'garage' for the zipper will improve comfort and enhance maneuvers when fully zipped; and the pocket placements and sizing are well executed. The styling is primo, and the combo of the integrated shell and classic micro polartec material provide confidence of warmth, breathability and water resistance while being lightweight enough to increase maneuverability and flexibility in use. the sizing is a little tight, probably due to typical European trends to be cut on the small side. I am 5'10" and 160 lbs--which would typically be a medium in the U.S., but this medium jacket is short on my arms and torso, and snug under the arms and around the shoulders. I have spent some time measuring the jacket specs against other gear in my sail bag. The measurements are similar, so I was mistaken yesterday when I referred to a sizing concern. the problem instead is restricted mobility in use, with tightness under arm, across the back, and sleeve shortness when raising arms (as in a halyard hoist motion); reaching forward with arms (as in trimming a sheet while hard hiking); or bending over or reaching down. in short, there seems to be a need for increased multi-directional mobility and/or fabric stretchability. Suggestions include adding underarm gussets, wide-joint flexibility, or use of a more stretchy fabric or pit zips.
Date published: 2014-02-05

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