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Product Code: 1B110161

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  • Navy

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5
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Technical down jacket with 675+ fill power down and baffle construction

This technical down jacket from Mountain Equipment is ideal if you're cragging in cold weather, battling with changeable conditions in the Scottish Highlands or for alpine use. It's totally windproof with 675+ fill power pure down and baffle construction, as well as highly water resistant.

A bitter north-easterly in November with a steely drizzle? Bring it on!


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Product Features

  • Weight: 770g
  • Insulation: 90/10 675+ fill power pure down for use comfortably down to -10°C
  • Stitch through construction throughout 
  • 2 way front zip with narrow double welts
  • Stud off hood with a wired visor and full frontal adjustment
  • Pockets:
    • 2 external hand warmer pockets with zip entry
    • Large internal chest pocket with stretch mesh pocket bag
  • High fleece lined neck collar for warmth and comfort
  • Drilite drip-strip inside the front zip
  • Half elasticated cuff with a laminated touch & close adjustment
  • Packs away into its own stuffsac (provided)

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12 Customer reviews for this product

 
Quality product
Reviewed By David, 09 Feb 2014

Recently purchased this jacket, ordered from the Liverpool store and it was delivered the next day! Apparently it has been discontinued. After reading all the reviews I am pleased I now own one. Very warm, stylish and a great fit.

 

 

 
Love this jacket!
Reviewed By Mark, 26 Jan 2014

Great down jacket for the price. My only slight quibble is the collar and hood - the collar is a little too loose for my liking so lets heat out if you're not using the hood, and the hood doesn't really cover as much of the face as I would've liked.

Apart from that I really do rate this for if you want a really warm jacket without breaking the bank.

 

 

 
A honey
Reviewed By Andrew, 02 Jan 2014

Great insulated jacket. You really feel it when it's bitter outside. It does need to be proper chilly first. A couple of times I've worn it and decided it's too warm. It stuffs down well in the sack and the hood is great. I looked at a lot and am pleased I picked the Classic Lightline. An easy recommend

 

 

 
Fantastic Jacket
Reviewed By Bradley, 16 Feb 2013

Fantastic Jacket... It has been worn throughout the winter for climbing, scrambling and general mountaineering.

The Jacket is very warm and extremely light but what surprised me the most was how compact it was when put in the stuff sack provided.

After reading a review regarding the durability of the material I was unsure whether to buy this jacket. I can now report that after 6 months of heavy use (wearing a harness and backpack) the jacket shows no signs of premature wear.

Overall I am very pleased, good quality product from Mountain Equipment as always! The fact that it is water resistant is an added bonus!

 

 

 
Practical and looks good too !!
Reviewed By Mark, 07 Feb 2013

I've had a 'puffer ' jacket for many years and needed to update it . I was a bit dubious at first that the Mountain Equipment jacket was going to be as warm as my old jacket as it wasn't as thick , but having warn it a few times now I'm over the moon with it ! Not only is it as , if not , warmer than my old jacket , I also don't resemble a 'Michelin man ' any more ! It's very lightweight , stylish and the hood is a lot more substantial than its competitors (removable too ) . The sales assistant in the Cotswold store in Solihull was also very helpful and knowledgeable in the product . Overall , 100% pleased in purchase.

 

 

 
Gear jacket, great value
Reviewed By Paul, 01 Dec 2012

A brilliant jacket that is excellent for cold mountain days.

 

 

 
Great Xmas Present
Reviewed By Liz, 26 Nov 2012

Well padded - felt thicker and warmer than some more expensive jackets. I am sure it will be well used

 

 

 
A carefully considered purchase.
Reviewed By Peter, 21 Oct 2012

A great product, I am really looking forward to having the weather that justifies wearing it. Just trying it on was really "toasty". Very well made with nice features.

 

 

 
Simply the Best
Reviewed By Andy, 28 Feb 2012

This jacket has become my everyday winter item whether commuting to work, hillwalking when its cold dry or Apres Ski. I took it to the French Alps in January and the warmth to weight ratio meant easy packing and toasty nights!

 

 

 
The backbone of my winter kit!
Reviewed By Ian, 07 Nov 2011

A realy reliable bit of kit,totaly wind proof,very water resistant and a great fit(s).Used for three years now and showing no signs of age.Last year used as a belay jacket in scotlad ice climbing.It had been snowing hard all day.The classic lightline, thanks to its water resistance, proved to be a great belay Jacket and is always the first thing i grab when the weather Turns cold

 

 

 
Excellent winter jacket
Reviewed By , 30 Oct 2011

Very comfortable jacket, very fluffy feel. Looks great.
Warm and well made. Down well distributed.
Two large, zipped outside pockets. One large zipped inside pocket (vertical zip not very handy).
Detachable hood fits well and can easily be detached.
My size (M) slightly generous (which is good when wearing multiple layers under jacket).
Highly recommended.

 

 

 
Feel the Warmth
Reviewed By Dilwyn, 15 Aug 2011

Never been a fan of Down jackets until i bought one of these. I thought they would be no good in rain but it does stand up to the elements can't wait for winter so i can start wearing it again

 

 

About the brand

Mountain Equipment

Above and beyond since 1961

Mountain Equipment has been making top quality expedition clothing and equipment for over fifty years. They work with pro athletes, mountain guides and Sherpas the world over to create a range of equipment that can stand up to the most challenging conditions in the most remote areas. They have played a part of every British first assent over 8000m and have reached the summit of Everest more than 175 times.

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