NOW: £90.00 RRP: £170.00

NOW: £90.00 RRP: £170.00

NOW: £90.00 RRP: £170.00

NOW: £90.00 RRP: £170.00

NOW: £90.00 RRP: £170.00

Product Code: 1B120035

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  • Cilantro
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As reliable as a rock-solid climbing partner, the high-loft Micro Puff warms in all conditions, never argues for leads and always lets you have the last of the ramen!

Its tough, windproof polyester shell has a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish and now houses 100g PrimaLoft Sport, a compressible, warm-when-wet synthetic insulation that allows for a cleaner front devoid of cold spots, yet won't clump, separate or drift. The shell and lining are made of 100% recycled polyester. Other features: articulated elbows, gasket cuffs, a full-length zip (backed by a wind flap) with a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish, zippered handwarmer pockets, one interior zippered security pocket, a drawcord hem and stuffsack.


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Product Features

  • Weight: 464g
  • Fabric:
    • Shell: 30 denier ripstop (100% recycled polyester)
    • Lining and stuffsack: 1.4-oz 100% polyester mini-ripstop
  • Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish
  • Insulation: 100g PrimaLoft Sport (100% polyester)
  • Articulated elbows
  • Gasket Dry cuff
  • Full-length front zipper is backed with a low bulk wind flap
  • Drawcord hem
  • Pockets: Two handwarmers and one internal zippered storage
  • Stuff sack included

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1 There is 1 review of this product

 
Great insulation as a mid-layer or whilst belaying
Reviewed By Charlie, 07 Feb 2014

Used in Cairngorms last week (January) and it worked great as a mid-layer when climbing, especially when belaying. The jacket seems to work well even when worn over a fleece so it was easy to pull on and off when I got a bit cold, and I didn't need to take other layers off. The jacket also breathes reasonably well, although I did have to take it off when I got into the valley, but this was to be expected. Other positives are its' primaloft filling, which retains its warming capabilities even when wet. The fit is also nice, when zipped-up fully the collar provides a really nice, cosy neck-like gator and the hood helps to keep all that heat in. One potential downside is that the hood isn't helmet compatible, and doesn't have a very rigid peak. All in all though, a great winter jacket, and I can see it being useful on colder days at the crag or on those slightly chillier spring and summer evenings.

 

 

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