Term Week as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford is over, and you’re looking at 3 months of overseas summer adventure. Your long-lost boarding school chum from South Wales texted you asking you to come paragliding with him in the Bazaruto Archipelago in Mozambique. Situated 750 km off the mainland, the remote place is divine. The archipelago has barely been touched by civilization. Only white sandy beaches and crystal gin-clear water. How decadent! Paragliding, a sport you have never tried - cool! In reading up on the sport, it appears to need a lot of wind and updrafts to keep you afloat. You text your mate back with an adventurous “YES”. You book a ticket to this far-off land and grab your go-duffle, composed of your bare essential travel gear. It includes your new Windicator Jacket, the perfect windbreaker to ward off wind and chill. With a nylon-polyester shell, zip out hood and cool chest ventilation zippers, it fits the bill for travel, fashion and most of all, to jump off a 1500’ sand dune with reckless abandon. Brilliant.