/ best down jacket less than £150
anther vote for synthetic, cheaper, operates in the wet and is cheaper!
What size you looking for? I have an ME Lightline XL which is a bit too big. I've only worn it 3 times and is in perfect nick.
I bought a 50% down, 50% chicken-feather jacket from Decathlon in March for £15!
Also look out for Keela Latitude - it is Primaloft rather than down but I loved mine (looking a bit long-in-the-tooth 4.5 years down the line but I only paid £70 for it and I wore it too much as an "every day" jacket. Packs down neatly enough if not as compact as real down. £135 RRP I think.
If they're in stock!
Another vote for the ME Lightline, lovely jacket (got mine on as I type!)
I have an Alpkit Filo I could be persuaded to part with. Pretty much unused; it's a medium and is in Lego blue.
For £149 you could get a Midwinter Minimus with a drishell outer in PHD's sale which starts tomorrow.
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