Material lexicon

Water-repellent leather
As a result of a special tanning process, the leather absorbs less moisture, and dries out more quickly.
See: Leather
Waxed cotton
Traditional cotton fabric, impregnated with special waxes, for weatherproof clothing, originally made in England. Windproof, waterproof, lightweight, breathable and natural. Moderately resistant to abrasion. Very popular amongst fans of the typically British classic look.
Wild Crazy Rustik
Cowhide sanded on the grain side, waxed and greased. Used for shoe manufacture.
See: Leather, Cowhide
Windmaster
High-tech windproofing from Sympatex, reliably keeping out cold wind and light rain. Invisibly incorporated in the garment, Windmaster ensures optimum breathability and perfect wearing comfort while creating a warming layer of air between your body and clothing.
See: Sympatex
Windstopper
Fabric from Gore with long-term windproofness, combined with breathability, for reliable protection against chilling caused, for instance, by the motorbike airstream or during outdoor activities.
See: Gore Windstopper