£280.00

 £280.00

 £280.00

 £280.00

 £280.00

 £280.00

Product Code: 11111304

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  • Light Ocean / Navy Blue

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The go-to all-rounder for a diverse range of mountain enthusiasts

The Men's Morpheus Jacket has been developed to be an all-round shell for a seriously diverse range of mountain enthusiasts.

Mountain Equipment have used Gore-Tex 3-layer, a workhorse waterproof and breathable fabric. The solid protection afforded by the fabric is constructed into an alpine fit that is tailored to sit against your body to avoid snagging and bulging, but which nevertheless allows for incredible freedom of movement.

The versatility of the Morpheus Jacket is neatly embodied by its hood, which fits easily over a helmet when you're climbing or scrambling, but which also easily adjusts down to give exceptional weather protection when you're not. Like the rest of the jacket, it's ideal for whatever you choose to get up to in the mountains.

Pockets are carefully positioned for continued access, whether or not you're wearing a pack or a harness, and they are easily big enough to swallow a map, guide book, mitts, hat, GPS, compass, energy bars.....


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Product Features

  • Fabric:
    • Main: Gore-Tex 3-layer (100% nylon, 50D)
    • Shoulders: Gore-Tex 3-layer (100% nylon, 70D)
  • Mountain HC Hood
    • Helmet-compatible
    • Fully adjustable
  • Stratum Storage System
    • Two handwarmer pockets
    • Chest pocket
    • YKK Aquaguard water resistant zips
  • Two-way main zip
  • Fit: Alpine
  • Weight: 620g

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6 Customer reviews for this product

 
Fantastic Jacket
Reviewed By Steven, 24 Jun 2014

Three days of driving rain in the Brecons and still dry, great coat, hood fits well. Map pocket and the high hand warmer pocket to allow a rucksack to be worn are useful features too. Only area of improvement is the way the hood folds away, the loop is too big so never really out the way

 

 

 
A great all rounder at a decent price!
Reviewed By Neil, 26 Apr 2014

The look, style and wear of this jacket is really nice. It fits well and allows for a normal mid layer underneath. I couldn't wait to get out into the mountains and test it. It covers the bum nicely (a big plus for me) and the breath ability is great. I decided on this against the Lhotse simply because the Gore Tex Pro was just a little too much for what I need this jacket for. The life time warranty was the deciding factor in choosing this over the Rab Bergen Event technology.

 

 

 
Not quite the perfect jacket
Reviewed By Andrew, 08 Jan 2014

All I wanted for Christmas was a gore tex jacket. My partner surprised me with this one from this shop. I was made up as this in my opinion was a great choice. I have worn it on the hills of Wales nearly every day since. It has been amazing upart from one really annoying feature. The zips are a nightmare. Whether it is at the bottom of the jacket or at the neck it just gets stuck all the time. Apart from that I love it. It's light, performs very well in the wind and rain and I love the hood. Maybe I'm just unlucky

 

 

 
Very Pleased!
Reviewed By Peter, 03 Oct 2013

I brought this jacket for mountaineering and hillwalking. After months of research and trying on several jackets I settled for the Morpheus. I am really pleased! It's a nice fit and keeps the wind and rain out. The jacket continues to impress me.

 

 

 
Great mountain jacket
Reviewed By G, 14 Sep 2013

I bought this recently, and have been really impressed by it. It saves weight where it should; the new mountain fit(2013) that Mountain Equipment have developed is a big improvement on their old cut and probably saves weight; it won't ride up when you raise your arms, it's long enough to protect your mid-drift and is a better fit across the abdominal area(less baggy). It doesn't,however, compromise by cutting material in a race to defy gravity in other important areas. I think a Mountain Jacket without a storm flap over the front zip is pure folly; a lot of waterproofs dispense with a flap now, and reassure you with "laser cut and bonded" and "developed by people with enormous brains as part of leading space age technology" etc. Believe me, you're better off with a storm flap for durability and security,particularly if you're using it year round and in driving rain. The hood is also fabulous; it won't flatten in high winds because it has a wire brim....don't underestimate the importance of this. It's also well designed so it'll hug your head with or without a helmet on and gives great visibility.I thought initially that the new 3 layer Gore-Tex Pro was an attempt to get you to unnecessarily buy the latest material.I was sceptical of how noticeable the extra breathability would be in real terms. There is , however, a noticeable improvement. To give you an idea, I'm happy to run in this, and it feels as good as my Gore Active Shell, which is designed for high aerobic activity.My old Gore-Tex was useless to run in;you'd just get too hot. All round, a really great jacket. Get one.

 

 

 
Did The Job
Reviewed By Dave, 22 Aug 2013

Bought this jacket end of July as my old Sprayway was not up to the task anymore. On first picking up the jacket in the shop I could feel the quality. Not had much call to use it until climbed Snowdon on 21st Aug 13 as I set off there was driving rain and 40 mph winds, this continued all the way to the summit and half way back down. Wore the jacket with only RAB PS Stretch top underneath, remained warm and dry all the way. The hood managed to even keep rain from getting in my eyes about the only time this has ever happened.

 

 

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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