Klättermusen: Women's Asynja Jacket - Raven

Asynja jacket is the optimal rain cover jacket. It is light and packable, yet durable and reliable. The main fabric is our well tested Cutan® with taped seams for complete waterproofness. Asynja is perfect to bring on summer hikes as rain protection.


  • Watercolumn >20,000mm 
  • Slanted two-way zipper
  • 3D-adjustable hood with integrated brim
  • Mesh pocket with high placement, adapted for use with backpack or harness
  • Easily adjustable hem and sleeves
  • Slanted hand pockets with storm flap
  • Front and rear reflectors for visibility
  • Windstretch™ reinforcements
  • Weight: 334g


  • Jacket: 3L Cutan® - 100% Recycled Polyamide, 103 g/m²

  • Reinforcement: Light Windstretch™ - 85% Recycled Polyamide, 15% Elastane

  • Bluesign Approved Fabric 


  • Fits true to size. Take your normal size
  • Regular fit for layering
  • Full drop hem for movement coverage
  • Regular sleeve length for versatile comfort


  • Machine wash at 30°C or less on reduced cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry on low temperature to reactivate impregnation. Do not dry clean. Wash regularly.


Chest (cm) 71-76 77-82 83-88 89-94 95-100 101-106 

Machine wash at <30°C on reduced cycle
Do not bleach
Tumble dry on low temperature to reactivate impregnation
Do not dry clean
Wash regularly
We recommend Grangers Performance Wash for re-impregnation


There is a common misconception that washing waterproof shells is damaging to the product, but it is actually the opposite. It is not only beneficial but even necessary. Waterproof shell fabrics should be washed at least once a year, this is in order to maintain the DWR (Durable Water Repellant) coating and to keep the seams clean from dust and grime, which can damage the membrane. Please wash more often when using your apparel for strenuous activities. We recommend that you select an ecological, enzyme-free detergent made for waterproofing and add an extra rinse when washing your shell garment. This will improve the function of the membrane.

If you are machine washing a jacket, remember to make sure all the main zippers are closed, but leave pocket zippers open to drain water. We recommend cool washing at a max. of 30°C. After wash, heat up the fabric to re-activate the DWR coating and improve the water repellent effect of your garment.  

Make sure to use low temperature, max 1 dot, when re-heating. For tumble dryer this means maximum 60°C and for ironing maximum 110°C for the sole plate. If re-heating using a drying cabinet, do not exceed the temperature stated on the care label, and be aware of the heat as too much heat will damage the taped seams. When re-heating a waterproof garment, always make sure to monitor the heat so that the garment doesn’t melt.

Waterproof fabrics should be re-impregnated at least once a year, or more often if needed, so they get that extra resistance to moisture. Finally, do not dry clean as this can cause permanent damage to the jacket. Nor use fabric softener as this can have a negative impact on the garment’s water repellency.

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