Regatta Cato III Softshell Jacket RRP £50 £14.95 + £3.95 Del regatta.com
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Regatta Cato III Softshell Jacket RRP £50 £14.95 + £3.95 Del regatta.com

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Found 14th Jul 2016
Delivery £3.95

PRODUCT DETAILS
Technical performance with everyday styling, the Cato Softshell Jacket is just the thing for beating the chill. The windproof stretch fabric has a soft Sherpa fleece inner, and the cuffs and hem adjust to seal in warmth. Complete with two zipp,ed pockets, you can wear it as a day-to-day jacket or to bulk up winter layers.

Sherpa backed softshell
Highly windproof
2 zipped lower pockets and 1 zipped chest pocket
Adjustable cuffs
Adjustable shockcord hem

8.58% - Top Cashback
4% - Quidco

9 Comments

Great find, cheers!

Used to like fleece clothing, but now not so sure, as the microfibers have been found to accumulate in the guts of small fish, and working its way up the food chain.

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Don't know why but my two Regatta soft shell jackets, one black and one navy have turned a reddish colour, the wife says it's down to the sun bleaching them, lesson learned for me.

8.58% - Top Cashback
4% - Quidco

I like Soft-shell, Tainted Love is a classic

Other half ordered. Thanks!

simonhzero

Used to like fleece clothing, but now not so sure, as the microfibers … Used to like fleece clothing, but now not so sure, as the microfibers have been found to accumulate in the guts of small fish, and working its way up the food chain.https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/jun/20/microfibers-plastic-pollution-oceans-patagonia-synthetic-clothes-microbeads



Yep these products should be banned

Showing up as £60.00. Did I miss something?

simonhzero

Used to like fleece clothing, but now not so sure, as the microfibers … Used to like fleece clothing, but now not so sure, as the microfibers have been found to accumulate in the guts of small fish, and working its way up the food chain.https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/jun/20/microfibers-plastic-pollution-oceans-patagonia-synthetic-clothes-microbeads



It wasn't microbeads that killed those fish. It was the scientist who cut them open.
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