NOW FROM: £219.00 WAS: £300.00

NOW: £219.00 WAS: £300.00

 £300.00

NOW: £219.00 WAS: £300.00

 £300.00

Product Code: 11210116

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Using the same concept as 3-in-1, Berghaus have created the Ben Arthur 4-in-1 jacket. Made up of an outer Gore-Tex jacket and a reversible inner jacket, this 4-in-1 provides you with great insulation and warmth.

The outer Gore-Tex jacket offers waterproof protection and features a new VT10 water resistant zip as well as under arm venting to help regulate temperature.

The reversible hooded inner uses body mapping principles, positioning 60g of AT fibre fill insulation in key areas across the shoulders, arms and sides and combined this with the revolutionary Hydrodown in the main body, ensuring the perfect balance between performance, warmth and weight. This great insulation layer can also be zipped out and packed into it's own chest pocket.


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Product Features

  • Weight: 1047g
  • Fabric: 100% Nylon
  • Insulation:
    • Hydrophobic duck down 80/20 600 fill
    • AT fibre fill 60g
  • Outer Features:
  • Four pockets; one zipped chest, two hand warmer and one zipped internal map pocket
  • Articulated sleeves
  • Dual drawcord hem adjustment
  • Reversible Inner Features:
  • Side One:
    • Zipped chest pocket which doubles as stuff sac
    • Stretch binding at cuff and hem
    • InterActive attachments to work with outer jacket
  • Side Two:
    • Two hand warmer pockets
    • Stretch binding at cuff and hem
    • Body mapped insulation

 


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2 Customer reviews for this product

 
A good jacket- worth it for the Hydrodown.
Reviewed By C, 29 Mar 2014

I’ve had this jacket for nearly two months. I am a student studying abroad in Switzerland and I bought this coat specifically for my time here.

As a day to day city coat it performs excellently. The two side pockets are large enough to fit hat and gloves in, and the breast pocket can easily fit a glasses case, lip balm and rail passes. With the Hydrodown jacket zipped in it does become a little bulky and I have struggled to make the coat “look good” on me. (It tends to make me look larger, but this could be because of the gloves and hat stuffed in the pockets which drags the coat down giving it an odd shape.) I have always been warm enough in Bern wearing a shirt, jumper, Hydrodown lining and outer jacket.
Recently we have had some excellent weather and I have just worn the lining by itself. Its reversibility is a true asset, but it certainly looks better with the more ribbed side facing outwards. It even stuffs into its own pocket, packing down to around the size of a small pillow, which made it perfect for putting in my bag when I was in short sleeve order last week!
The coat is Goretex and has coped brilliantly with heavy rain, sleet and snow- saving me from looking like a wet rat in lectures. However, with the lining zipped in, you have to push the lining hood inside the coat in order to get the main jacket hood to fit. It has never been cold enough to use the Hydrodown hood in conjunction with the main hood. There is no mechanism to attach the two hoods together so when not in use, it is hard to get them to sit well.

The coat performs well in the great outdoors. While skiing I have worn just a base layer, the lining and the outer jacket and have been warm enough. However, this was a vigorous activity and the lining was not pleasant to wear after large amounts of perspiration had been absorbed.

There are a couple of issues that should be addressed in a later edition. The map pocket is only accessible when wearing the outer jacket on its own, and an OS map is a very tight fit. The coat only has a hook for hanging it up on the outer jacket, requiring you to have a bit of a scramble when the lining is zipped in. A more ergonomically sound solution should be found for the hoods.

 

 

 
A thoroughly good jacket
Reviewed By Patrick, 31 Oct 2013

I've spent a long time trying to select the right jacket for walking and coping with unpredictable weather. This jacket is exceptionally good, very warm, waterproof, light and durable.

The inner detachable down (reversible) jacket clips discretely to the main jacket and my only gripe would be that the down hood could sit better within the main external hood.

All in all, money well spent and a good buy.

 

 

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