Amble Outdoors

Elements Waterproof Jacket- Makukara Ngurra

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Protecting you from the elements, from drizzly days to when you're stuck in the pouring rain all day long. It's lightweight and breathable and will be a wardrobe staple all Winter long.

  • Rated waterproof & breathable.
  • Made from 100% recycled bottles.
  • Zippered pockets, internal stash pockets.
  • Large adjustable hood.
  • Dipped back to keep you dry.
  • Adjustable hem to cinch in.

Behind the print: Maddy Hodgetss is a Wangaaypuwan and Wiradjuri woman and the artist behind Yapa Mali, who created the Makukara Ngurra painting. 

Her signature style maps out Country and uses symbols to represent certain landscapes. Makukara Ngurra shows the red dirt landscape of Wangaaypuwan Country, as if you were flying over it. Follow Maddys's work at @yapamali


Durable shell jacket with DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Lightweight and easy to roll into its hood or stuff into a day bag.

    AU Size Bust Hip
    XS 8 85 - 91 cm 87 - 94 cm
    S 10 92 - 98 cm 95 - 102 cm
    M 12 99 - 105 cm 103 - 110 cm
    L 14/16 106 - 112 cm 111 - 118 cm
    XL 16/18 113 - 118 cm  119 - 126 cm

    Fit: Regular/straight fit, slightly boxy to accomodate layers.
    Unsure of size? Size up for room to layer.

    Our fabric is 100% recycled, with approximately 31.2 bottles in the Elements Jacket. Our recycled polyester is GRS (global recycled standard) certified.

    Yep, properly waterproof. It's crazy we even need to clarify that; but so many raincoats are only 'showerproof'. Amble Outdoor jackets are rated 10,000mm waterproof, with all seams taped meaning they'll keep you dry in the pouring rain, not just a slight drizzle. They're also rated 10,000mm breathable to ensure you won't sweat whilst you're staying dry.

    Waterproof: 10,000mm 
    Breathable: 10,000gm
    Windproof: All seams taped
      Weight: Elements Jacket 450g.

      About Amble Outdoors-

      Amble Outdoors began when founder, Rhianna was sick of hiking in clothes that didn’t reflect her values, or her sense of style. She didn’t want to wear baggy, khaki pants designed for Everest- when she was only heading outside for a couple of hours.

      With her background in fashion (previously managing design and production for a snowboarding company), she knew it was possible to create technical clothing without the negative impact of traditional synthetic fabrics made from oil.  

      Sustainability is a core value of the brand, and changes everything that we do, From our fabrics, our factories, our packaging and freight, we’re committed to continual improvement. Using only certified recycled and organic fabrics, to eliminate all plastic packaging from our supply chain and visiting our factories yearly to ensure incredible relationships.

      Sustainability is a continually evolving journey and we’ll continue to improve as grow and can do so. We started with fabrics that were 50% recycled and cardboard mailers, and have transitioned to 100% recycled fabric and compostable packaging and plant a tree for every order.