Shark Skin Soft Shell Jacket

Ideal for use during Winter, light snow and rain. For heavy downpour or snow, a hard shell jacket should be used over it. Material is stretchable and breathable ideal for outdoor sport use.

Jacket comes with
  • 6 ventilation points (under arm, breast and back)
  • 6 pockets
  • waterproof fabric but not on stitches and zippers
  • YKK Zippers
  • 2 Velcro shoulder patch
  • 2 inner pocket D-rings
  • Double layer arm stitching against abrasion 
  • Small sizes weights 820gm
  • Inner fleece layer for warm 
  • Rollable hood with draw cord
  • 4 earphone loop holes (2 shoulder and 2 breast)

Double layer arm stitching against abrasion 

only Multicam colour has elastic and Velcro wrist cuff 

Shoulder pocket

Arm pocket 

Shoulder patch and pocket

Breast Pocket ventilation with inner pocket for pen or pocket knife and earphone loop hole.

Breast Pocket D-Ring

Under arm ventilation

Rear Pocket Ventilation Mesh

Rear Pocket and ventilation

Rollable hood
inner fleece and lower draw cord for better fitting

double front zipper for ventilation or excessing stuff in inner wear

draw cord hood

TAD Velcro Logo

Choice of colours, chose Multicam because it is the latest edition and I preferred to be stealthy. Also when it is dirty or soiled Multicam would just cover it. The jacket has a longer back so that when you bent, your back is not exposed. All these jackets are Made in China. Quality is good except for some loose stitching that needs trimming, not a problem at all. For the price is worth every penny spent

Many hikers made mistake in purchasing a Gore-Tex gear. Gore-Tex is a Hard Shell gear which only used in extreme weather condition. In reality, a water resistance, wind proof, breathable, stretchable gear is the right choice and that is a Soft Shell.

Gore-Tex or any Nylon waterproof material is a Hard Shell gear. A soft shell will keep you warm and decently dry and a hard shell will NOT keep you warm but definitely dry.

My thoughts when it rains heavily, throw over the soft shell with cheap disposable rain gear and this will get the job done. There you plenty of $$$ over Gore-Tex and similar material. I need a Gore-Tex after all? The only Gore-Tex I will invest is on my feet.

Here an interesting article


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