What to wear for Coastal Sailing

Coastal and channel sailors experience some of the best views in the world. But that’s not to say the wet, wind and cold doesn’t touch them. Musto’s coastal collection features weatherproof pieces that combat changeable coastal conditions. Utilise as part of Musto’s pioneering 3-Layer System AND you’ll be able to focus on the horizon instead of the weather.







Layering for Coastal Sailing
OUTER LAYER
MID LAYER
BASE LAYER
ACCESSORIES

OUTER LAYER

Coastal and channel sailors alike need highly weatherproof outer layers. Highly protective, the outer layer safeguards you against the weather while keeping you visible.

MID LAYER

When temperatures fall, reach for your mid-layer. Designed to be warm, protective and light, these packable pieces can be stowed in your kit bag ready for when you need them. Look to garments featuring PrimaLoft® and Polartec® for packable insulation. An essential layer for day sailors in any climate.
Middle Layers for Coastal Sailing

BASE LAYER

The base layer is the groundwork other layers build upon. Moisture wicking and fast drying, this layer’s main role is to keep you dry and comfortable. Merino wool is an ideal fabric for warmth on fresher days. UPF treated fabrics can be worn without layers on fair to sunny days around the coast.

ACCESSORIES

Coastal sailing can deliver unpredictable weather conditions over just a few short days, even at the height of Summer, so it is essential you pack the right kit. The right accessories will help keep your extremities comfortable and dry so you can sail with the weather and not against it.
Accessories for Coastal Sailing

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