The Thermonuclear windbreaker allows you to face the wind and the light rain during spacewalks.
Free delivery from 90€ of purchase*.
Exchange possible within 30 days*.
DELIVERY OFFERED IN RELAY POINTS FROM 90€ OF PURCHASE IN METROPOLITAN FRANCE
The delivery time from the reception of your payment is 72 hours (except weekends and holidays) for products in stock. It is necessary to add the delivery time by the carrier (2 to 5 working days) for metropolitan France.
EXCHANGE POSSIBLE WITHIN 30 DAYS*.
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To return an item that does not suit you, the sending of returns or exchanges is at your expense. In the case of a preparation error on our part or a quality defect, we will send you a return slip by e-mail on which the procedure to follow is explained.
The Thermonuclear windbreaker allows you to face the wind and the light rain during spacewalks. The phosphorescent marking on the torso of the jacket makes the agents recognisable when they go out during the night. Pleasant to wear and light, this jacket can also be worn inside. Elegant and original, this Spacefox piece of clothing is perfectly suitable for both men and women. It is designed to stand the test of time.
100% polyester / Outer water-repellent fabric / Mesh lined hood / Drawstrings on hood / Pocket with flap and Velcro on the front side / Hidden side zip pockets / Raglan sleeves / V-shape yokes / Zip at the centre front / Wristbands and waist tightened / Phosphorescent screen printing at the centre front / Screen printings on sleeves / Screen printing on the back / Customised collar tag Colours: White / Grey / Biscay Green / Orange
Machine wash at 30°C / Do not tumble dry / Dry cleaning / Do not use chlorine bleach / Wash and iron inside out / Iron at a low temperature / Do not iron on print
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