Photographers love this jacket
Clean lenses - microfiber cloth in the sleeve
In the left sleeve, at the level of the forearm, there is a special pocket with a flexible cord and metal clamp. There you can attach your microfiber cloth, always ready at your fingertips to clean your lens or camera. By clamping it, you can use the cloth even in strong winds and don’t have to worry about losing it or where you last put it. The answer is always:Left sleeve.
Battery & co - equipment always at hand
A kind of “small photo backpack” was also reproduced on the left inside of each jacket. Here's enough space for your memory cards, USB sticks or batteries. Two larger compartments allow you to store your wallet, mobile phone, larger batteries or even a powerbank.
Especially in winter it is beneficial to carry your batteries and your smartphone in your inside pockets, close to the body, to protect them from discharging. In heavy rain the double layer of the outer jacket and fleece gives you extra protection for your batteries and your smartphone.
What is mostly just an “add on” with other 3-in-1 or 5-in-1 jackets, the Haukland quilted jacket is well-thought-out and looks perfect either worn individually or in combination with the outer jacket. Currently only available in black and with trendy check quilt, the Haukland quilted jacket keeps you warm on cool days.
You can wear the quilted jacket solo if it doesn't rain. If you also want to protect yourself from rain and wind, you simply zip it into the outer jacket. The warming hood and sleeves can be connected to the outer jacket via buttons and eyelets. The jacket is cut a bit longer than usual quilted jackets, but doesn't pop out under the outer jacket.
The Haukland quilted jacket has 8 pockets in total:
- Two large front pockets with a zipper
- Microfiber cloth pocket with elastic cord and metal clip on the left sleeve
- the "small photo backpack" on the inside.
Assuming that this jacket will be used in the snow, we made the "small photo backpack" with a waterproof foil on the outside so you can put the jacket in the snow without having to worry about your electronic equipment, such as your batteries, getting wet.
Watch the video about the Haukland quilted jacket here
- Christian (translated)
1 jacket - 3 layers - for every season
Design your jacket for your next photo adventure
Examples of use
You need a rain jacket and windbreaker?
Wear the Haukland Explorer (outer jacket) alone.
You need the right jacket for sunny but cool autumn days in the forest?
Wear the Haukland Fleece alone.
You are out on a winter day without rain?
Take the Haukland quilted jacket.
Read more You want to take pictures at 0°C and don't know if it's going to snow or rain? Wear the Haukland quilted jacket and the Haukland Explorer (outer jacket) combined. You want to hike at 0°C? Wear the Haukland fleece and the Haukland Explorer (outer jacket) combined. You need a jacket for the winter at -10°C? Wear the Haukland fleece, the Haukland quilted jacket and the Haukland Explorer (outer jacket) combined with each other.
You want to take pictures at 0°C and don't know if it's going to snow or rain?
Wear the Haukland quilted jacket and the Haukland Explorer (outer jacket) combined.
You want to hike at 0°C?
Wear the Haukland fleece and the Haukland Explorer (outer jacket) combined.
You need a jacket for the winter at -10°C?
Wear the Haukland fleece, the Haukland quilted jacket and the Haukland Explorer (outer jacket) combined with each other.
This video shows how you can zip the jackets together
You want to know which size is right for you? In the size chart, you can find all the dimensions of the Haukland quilted jacket for photographers.
*The graphic does not show the quilted jacket and is only used to illustrate the measuring sections.