The Practical Motorhome Craghoppers Travelite jacket review

Overview

Price £65

Women’s and men’s versions Yes

Web www.craghoppers.com

In case you hadn’t guessed from its name, Craghoppers’ Travelite jacket is designed to easily pack away. It can be folded into a compact bundle and stuffed into the cloth sack that’s included; the whole package isn’t much larger than a 750ml mineral water bottle. This makes it very versatile: you can keep it in a rucksack for use as a lightweight outer layer during summer downpours, or slip it on over a fleece in winter. For a motorhome owner, anything that weighs less and doesn’t take up much space is a good thing. Performance is good, and even though it’s not hugely breathable, the light fabric means that it’s comfortable to wear.

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