Made with Brushed Tricot the soft green finish and tough construction is inspired by the lush green grass and unforgiving hills in the New Zealand town of Mamaku.
Our Mamaku jacket is made for those who need a tough garment for hard work but want something that is also warm and soft to wear for a range of activities and scenarios.
True to the variety in the New Zealand climate we’ve offered Mamaku in two styles to match any weather you may encounter throughout your day.
- Water resistant
- Wind tight
- Seam sealed
- 2-way zip with domed storm flap
- Detachable hood
- Adjustable neoprene cuffs
- Adjustable wire stiffened hood peak
- 6 pockets; 2 hand warmer pockets, 2 cellphone pockets, and 2 large storage pockets
- Drop tail
- Internal waist adjuster
- 100% Polyester and 100% Polyester overlay
- Tricot gauge backing cloth, PU membrane, Brushed tricot outer
- 100% nylon reinforcement panels
- 10,000 gm/m² breathability rating
- 100% windproof
- Seam-sealed seams
- Wash down your garments with the hose at the end of the day. Washing off the mud before it dries prevents bacteria from growing, which can start to rot and weaken the fabric.
2. Hang it up
- Don’t leave your gear in a heap on the floor or in wet conditions. Find a hook and hang your jacket and overtrousers up. They’ll dry faster and hanging them up and keeping them out of wet conditions minimises the opportunity for bacteria to grow and break down the fabric.
3. Don’t use detergent
- Washing your rainwear with detergent is one of the worst things you can do. Powdered detergents can affect the quality of the seam sealing tape that makes Betacraft gear waterproof. If you have to wash your gear, use a cool wash (<50°) with no detergent. Do not dry clean, iron or bleach.