NOW: £119.00 WAS: £160.00

NOW: £119.00 WAS: £160.00

NOW: £119.00 WAS: £160.00

NOW: £119.00 WAS: £160.00

NOW: £119.00 WAS: £160.00

NOW: £119.00 WAS: £160.00

NOW: £119.00 WAS: £160.00

Product Code: A2212014

  • Pacific Blue / Enamel


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Product Information

Technical down jacket with 675+ fill power down

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
  • Stitch through construction
  • 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

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(8 out of 10)


South Wales Beginner
I like the colour, the fit, the warmth and wind proofing, and the detachable hood. Also that it was a good price in the sale, and fits into a stuff bag provided.
I hate the fact that it continues to deposit feathers everywhere, and I nearly choked on one which attached itself to my hankie in the pocket, and when I blew my nose it shot to the back of my throat. I don't know if the feathers will ever stop moulting. Also, it does look a bit Michelin man.
Confirmed purchase: 13 December 2015
Published on: 18 January 2016
(10 out of 10)


Really warm jacket
Confirmed purchase: 13 December 2015
Published on: 13 January 2016
(10 out of 10)


Near Taunton, Somerset
I was recommended to this jacket in store to wear in our Morgan Open sports car as I was going on a trip to North Wales. I was SO thrilled with it in all respects. The weather wasn't warm although the sun shone some of the time. I snuggled into the hood, high collar and felt very warm and toasty, with no wind chill at all! Even a 3 hour trip through one of the valleys and over the top of mountains and the wind was fierce - I didn't feel cold at all. There was enough room for a couple of under layers, including a fleece and still room for a gilet if I needed it, but didn't. The colour Blue went perfectly with the car paintwork and I felt just great. Thank you for a brilliant product.
Just need a little chest pocket on the outside to hold a phone, when strapped into a car, its difficult rummaging in a pocket lower down! ( I am a passenger, not whilst driving of course.) - but would be good out walking too.
Confirmed purchase: 30 May 2015
Published on: 29 June 2015
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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