UBR started off making coats in London, where the only standard higher than British fashion is the amount of precipitation, which is why the sleek Men's Regulator II Insulated Coat has similar protection to most expedition jackets. Its Regulator membrane has some of the highest waterproof, breathable ratings available in the outdoor industry, and UBR integrated the membrane into a high-class, clean, luxurious style. UBR also added a DWR coating for extra protection against rain and snow. The Regulator's shell also has a four-way stretch, something rarely found in coats with waterproof, breathable membranes, but since it has a slim fit, UBR needed to make sure you could move freely in this fashionable coat. UBR stuffed this coat with Primaloft Sport for breathable warmth that's more than welcoming from fall to spring. There are Automagnetix magnet fastenings to further accentuate the coat's authentically clean style, and UBR hooked it up with side pockets and multiple internal pockets that protect your valuables.
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