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Last Updated: 13/04/2011
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bluesign is a voluntary initiative which evaluates textiles based on five criteria: resource productivity, consumer safety, air emission, water emission and occupational health and safety. Based in Switzerland, they use independent auditors to cover the entire production process from raw materials to finished product.

There are many elements to the bluesign standard, but if a fabric or facility has been certified then you can be sure that it causes no unnecessary environmental or human damage and is contributing towards a sustainable textile industry.

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UPF stands for Ultraviolet Protection Factor and is the degree to which a garment shields you from the sun, much like sun tan lotion.  Sun protection is achieved through varying yarn selection, fabric construction and the outer colour used on a garment.  There are different protocols for testing UPF with the Australian/New Zealand AATCC protocols being the most widely respected.

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Velcro has been holding things together for well over 50 years and today is found on everything from softshell jackets to climbing harnesses to tents. The design came about after Georges de Mestral noticed cockleburs sticking to his trousers and his dog during a walk. Velcro simulates this idea to create fabrics which stick together: one with thousands of tiny hooks and one with thousands of tiny loops.

The word has become a generic term for any fastening which works on the Velcro principle, whose patent expired in the 70's. Alternatives are often called 'hook and loop' or 'touch' fasteners, but some manufacturers choose to spend more to buy official Velcro branded products for their lines.

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YKK is a Japanese group of manufacturing companies and is the world's largest zipper manufacturer with a reputation for reliable and durable build quality in their zips. It was founded in 1934 by Mr Yoshida and known as Yoshida Kogyo Kabushikikaisha.

Today YKK produces zippers for everything from handbags to wetsuits as well as many other fasteners. They are at the forefront of innovation in fastener design and will generally last longer than similar non-branded designs.

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The Women's Sawtooth Jacket is a lightweight soft shell jacket with high water repellency and specifically designed for active mountain use. It has had a few tweaks for 2013 and the two big pockets are now in a more practical position. The Sawtooth is one of Rab's lightest soft shell jackets and is very breathable whilst maintaining weather repellency that ensures it is destined to become another Rab classic.

  • Weight 350g
  • YKK front zip
  • Internal storm flap
  • Chin guard
  • 2 YKK zipped handwarmer pockets
  • Contrast flatlock seams
  • Tricot lined collar
  • Velcro cuffs
  • Hem drawcord
  • Fabric has bluesign certification
  • UPF 30+
  • Fabric: 182g/m² 90D Matrix DWS (90% nylon, 10% spandex)
  • Regular fit
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