The OncaShell vest is designed to be used as a second layer. It has a wide range of use, can be combined with different layers, provides high breathability, protects the torso from cold and wind, providing thermal comfort.
- Perfect for use all year round
- High breathability
- 90% windbreaker
- Tear resistant
- Water repellent treatment
- Tensile strength
- Medium thermal insulation
- Complete free movements tolerance
- Regular fit
When we developed the OncaShellfabric we were clear that it should be highly breathable as it is intended for use in active hunting. For this reason, we renounce the use of PTFE or PU type membranes since these membranes, although they guarantee the windproof and waterproof function, limit breathability when exercising.
WARMTH AND HUMIDITY TRANSFER
The inner fleece layer maintains an amount of air in a controlled volume that is heated by our body, providing thermal comfort.
Thanks to the structure of the outer fabric and the absence of a membrane, the condensation generated by the activity inside the garment will be transferred to the next layer or to the outside, keeping us dry.
Thanks to the OncaShell fabric we are able to maintain thermal comfort in our stalking hunts since the fabric will act as a windbreaker in a very high percentage despite the absence of a membrane since the structure of the outer fabric is very closed.
Our OncaShell fabric has a DWR treatment that creates a surface layer that reduces the contact surface of the water droplets with the fabric, causing them to slide on the fabric.
RESISTANCE TO SNUGS AND TEARS
The extremely closed structure of the outer fabric makes the Oncashellfabric extremely resistant to snags and tears, while also supporting great stresses.
The OncaShell fabric is elastic and together with its anatomical design allows us excellent mobility. To this we must add its ventilation zippers and the feel of the fleece inside that make this jacket a very comfortable garment.
All fabrics developed by Onca are in collaboration with Gocotex, S.L and tested by Aitex textile research institute.