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Montane Super-Fly XT Jacket
Designed and constructed to withstand the toughest of conditions, the Superfly XT is built to endure in the mountains. Used by guides and mountain rescue teams across Europe this hard shell features a multiplicity of pocket options, extra vents, climbing helmet compatible hood and reinforced shoulders, elbows and hips for extra protection. This is our longest fitting shell designed to maximise coverage and accomodate winter insulation.
Main Fabric: eVent Lightweight 3 layer.
Colours: Moroccan Blue/Moroccan Blue, Burnt Orange/Burnt Orange, Black/Black, Alpine Red/Alpine Red.
Weight: 580g/20oz (Medium)
Full details at: www.montane.co.uk
MONTANE AND MOUNTAIN RESCUE - Raising £50,000
The Mountain Rescue service in England & Wales is provided by around 3500 volunteers, available 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. They rely completely on donations for their funding, even for clothing. Montane® have committed to raising £50,000 for Mountain Rescue through donating over 50% of the retail price of a range of limited edition products.
Click here to find out www.montane.co.uk
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