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Product Code: 2C110086

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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: 630g
  • 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 and close adjustment
  • Packs away into its own stuffsac (provided)

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8 Customer reviews for this product

 
just what I needed
Reviewed By Lilla, 16 Nov 2013

My boyfriend recommended this jacket and he was absolutely right: this jacket is really warm and cosy, it's done it's job in a windy and chilly weather but THE exam will be in the real winter in Norway in January :)

 

 

 
just the job for walking in the winter snow/rain
Reviewed By Lesley, 22 Jan 2013

Lightweight and water repellent if you are stuck in a rain shower too

 

 

 
Very warm and lightweight.
Reviewed By , 20 Nov 2012

Jacket is very light and soft but is exceptionally warm. The stuff sack means it can be packed very small so takes up hardly any space. Not worn it in wet weather yet but very pleased with the purchase and how it performs. Exceeded expectations so far.

 

 

 
Toasty warm and cosy
Reviewed By Jo, 19 Nov 2012

I bought this jacket a couple of weeks ago and since then, I've barely taken it off. It has become my go-to jacket of choice this chilly November.

I wanted something that was smart enough to wear to the city and round town, but would still keep me warm on a winter walk or at the crag. I can confidently say the Liteline does both superbly. It is a good fit - I fall between 8-10 so I bought the 10 as I wanted to get several layers underneath.

Being long in the body the longer length is perfect and covers my bum. The hood pops off which is a useful feature. The hand warmer pockets will keep your fingers working if you forget your gloves (as I did) and the stuff sac will come in handy for travelling. The wired hood performs well and the fabric is water-resistant so you don't need to run for shelter at the first sign of rain.

I haven't worn in sub-zero temps yet but am confident with the right layering it will perform well.

An excellent buy; highly recommended.

 

 

 
Best down jacket around for warmth, weight,price
Reviewed By Ellie, 18 Sep 2012

The Mountain Equipment Lightline down jacket is one of the best down jackets for women that I have ever tested. Obviously not the most important factor but a contributing factor is the way it looks! Although the outdoor market is getting better in regards to women’s wear, it still has a long way to go and a lot to learn, however, I believe the Lightline is spot on in terms of fit and cut and colour. It’s beautifully cut so that it flatters a female figure as opposed to ignoring the female figure, which is often the case with down jackets for women, and is slim fitting whilst not cutting down on warmth! It comes in a light blue, which is a nice change from the prolific number of pink and purple jackets out. And onto the important stuff – how does it rate? I took the jacket to the Himalayas, where I was crewing for an ultra marathon. The highest we went was up to 5,500m, so well above the snowline, this Lightline was incredibly warm, far warmer than I expected for its weight. The real test came at night when the temperature plummeted even further down to about -8, and yet I was still snug as a bug. The race lasted for 60 hours and my jacket easily doubled as a pillow and sleeping bag when we got our 15minutes naps. The jacket is a bit longer than it’s competitors so covers the bum but with a two way zip it doesn’t get in the way when belaying. The pockets were a lifesaver! They are much bigger than you expect and you can fit a lot into them, as I found out at the airport when I need to reduce the weight of my hand luggage quickly. It comfortably squeezed into the bottom of my 20 litre daypack, leaving me with lots of room for other essentials. The hood moves easily with your head when it’s up and fitted and you can remove it when it’s not needed which means you can cut your weight down even further if this is important to you.

Another factor, which is very important to me is the use of ethically sourced down. If you google the Mountain Equipment Down Codex, you will find out all about the Mountain Equipment pledge in terms to animal welfare. They take it one step further by investigating their down suppliers to ensure their suppliers adhere to their strict commandments, and as from the beginning of 2012, every down sleeping bag product comes with a 12 digit code, which makes it possible for the customer to find out where their down originated from. They hope to be spreading this out to their range of clothing pretty soon.

So in a nutshell, great looking, ethically sound, one of the best warmth to weight ratios i’ve found, all-round awesome winter and below freezing down jackets on the market for women. So good I didn’t want to let it go!

 

 

 
Super cosy jacket
Reviewed By Megan, 10 Jul 2012

Brought this as an expedition jacket for cold nights as an alternative to more expensive models and and it was exactly the right choice.

The jacket is a brilliant fit - long enough to cover your bum but also covering all the gaps around your neck and the wired hood keeps you nice and snug in some gale force winds!

It also comes with a stuff sack so can pack up pretty small for expedition carrying while it lofts quickly once out of the bag ready for you to wear. A great buy!

 

 

 
This jacket is just fantastic – I love it!
Reviewed By Keri, 30 Jan 2012

I bought this jacket for a winter trip to New Zealand, as we plan to do a lot of hiking in the snowy mountains. I tried this on and instantly knew this was the jacket for me – some might say an impulse treat purchase! The down filling makes this jacket very cosy and yet surprisingly lightweight. It is comfortable with anything from a t-shirt through to several layers of warm clothing underneath.

It’s not only practical, but really stylish too – the colour is gorgeous and unlike most other down-filled jackets, it has a very sleek exterior, so you don’t look like the Michelin Man! The detachable peaked hood is ideal to block out the wind and rain when the weather turns nasty. The jacket also comes with its own matching stuff-sack, which is a great addition for travelling, or for day-trips with a small rucksack.

Highly recommended! :o)

 

 

 
Brilliant Jacket
Reviewed By Kaye, 05 Jan 2012

I love this jacket. It is so light yet toasty warm, even in last years extreme snow. You can get a fleece underneath but often don`t need both. The fit is supurb and the hood stays up even in gale force winds. It is stylish enough to wear to the shops - my friends always compliment it, yet fit for purpose up a mountain. Cost per wear - an absolute bargain, as I wear it practically every day in the winter. Also the best to snuggle up in around a camp fire.

 

 

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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