Imagine this: you have to leave the house on a blustery, bitterly-cold day, when
all you want to do is wrap up with a hot water bottle. Then, you remember that you have the next best thing: a Regatta Great Outdoors’ heated jacket.
These innovative battery-powered jackets keep you snug and warm as you face icy temperatures outside – and as a bonus, they’re stylish, too. The Volta range offers contemporary lifestyle coats, sporty lightweight insulation or active outdoor performance jackets.
The women’s Voltera III (RRP €290) and men’s Volter Shield III (RRP €280) are made from waterproof and breathable Isotex performance fabric, with inside slimline panels that regulate your temperature, located on the back and chest to take the edge off cold days.
With three temperature settings to easily adjust the heat, they are perfect for city or country living.
The lightweight Voltera loft (RRP €200) is an insulated baffle jacket with a heated back zone to deliver essential warmth. Created to give lightweight warmth, the Voltera Loft will keep you warm on a chilly winter’s day.
With a streamlined fit, this jacket is made for modern urban life. It is available also for men as the Volter loft II (RRP €200) in a sporty fit.
The Voltera Protect II (RRP €160) for women, and Volter Protect (RRP €165) for men, combines on trend colour blocking style with waterproof protection. This jacket lets you take on all the elements of a winter’s day.
It is shorter in length than the original Volter stopping just below the waist, making it very practical for long winter hikes. With an innovative heated back zone that boosts your core warmth, shock cord hem and adjustable cuffs to keep the elements out.
The Voltera Protect and Volter Protect are available online only. To help you turn on the heat this season Regatta will offer customers a free battery for jackets purchased in-store until the end of January!
Shop the full range of Regatta Great Outdoors collections online on www.regatta.ie or in stores nationwide. Follow the conversation on Instagram at @regatta_ireland