Aegis means “protection by a strong force,” and our innovative coastal/offshore jacket more than lives up to its name. Whether you’re doing Marblehead-Halifax or just banging around in the center-console, the Aegis jacket has you covered with a world-class waterproof/breathable laminate and a long list of features that will keep you dry, comfortable and looking terrific every step of the way including our new NavTouch® smart device pocket.
AWG Typhoon 3-Layer: Fully waterproof, fully breathable and fully windproof 3-layer laminate with a 7 oz. nylon face and taped seams. Tricot inner layer protects the waterproof membrane from the inside while delivering a dry next-to-skin feel. 80/20 DWR coating keeps moisture from permeating the outer shell.
• Waterproof Rating: 20,000 MM
• Breathability Rating: 10,000 g/sq. m/24 hours
Designed for versatility to cover a broad range of applications and conditions from inshore dinghy racing to offshore big boat sailing, the Aegis range includes every innovative bell and whistle we could think of (except for actual bells and whistles). Best in cooler conditions because, while there is no insulation and the fabric is highly breathable, it is designed with protection in mind. For cold weather sailing, add mid-layers to achieve warmth without weight.
• Spray Top: Laser sailing to inshore big boat sailing
• Jacket: Inshore one-design keelboats to offshore distance sailing
• Hybrid Bib: Inshore dinghy sailing to offshore distance sailing
Where you’ll see it
Posted by Stephen Goldware
I have had the same Atlantis boat coat/with hood for 25 years. I no longer have a boat, but I still have my jacket. It is still bright yellow and looks and feels like new. I now wear it to walk my dog at night, and of course in the rain. It is warm and comfortable, high visibility, and still fits! Thank you for making this outstanding coat here in the USA.
Posted by Peter Smith
I just delivered the first USCG Academy 44 foot sail training vessel from Northeast Harbor Maine to New London. We left NEH in rainy drizzle with water and air temps in the mid 40's. 41 hours later, after motoring and motor sailing through pea soup fog we were on the dock in New London. My Atlantis gear performed flawlesssly. I know that I have never been as dry and warm under similar circumstances. Way to go Atlantis!