NOW: £40.00 RRP: £80.00

NOW: £40.00 RRP: £80.00

NOW: £40.00 RRP: £80.00

NOW: £40.00 RRP: £80.00

NOW: £40.00 RRP: £80.00

NOW: £40.00 RRP: £80.00

Product Code: 23110194

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The ideal mixed-weather mountain jacket, this versatile softshell will repel wind, rain and snow, giving you the perfect balance of insulation, wind resistance and protection. Lower chest pockets are accessible if you're wearing a climbing harness or rucksack.


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Please note that no further offer or discount applies to this item. This offer is available online, by phone and in selected stores, subject to stock.

Product Features

  • 90% polyamide, 10% elastane, EXOlite II fabric
  • Women's specific active cut
  • Pre-shaped & articulated sleeve construction
  • Full-length reversed out zip with rear storm flap
  • 2 lower chest pockets with mesh lined pocket bags
  • Microfleece lined collar
  • Seam-free forearms
  • Adjustable cuffs & hem drawcord

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1 There is 1 review of this product

 
Lightweight and warm
Reviewed By , 23 Jun 2011

I purchased this jacket a few weeks ago and have worn it quite a few times while camping, scrambling and walking. It has a really good fitted shape so it doesn't get in your way but the fabric is stretchy enough that it's not restrictive. The fabric seems pretty robust. A good extra layer in winter or on its own for windy / cooler days the rest of the year.

 

 

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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