ULTRA-LIGHTWEIGHT, WATER-RESISTANT HOODED DOWN JACKET.
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Montane North Star Jacket
The North Star was designed with no compromise on quality and functionality in mind. With 200g (size medium) of highest quality Ukrainian goose down at 93/7, encased in a highly water resistant and windproof shell its built for versatility in that its light enough and warm enough to be used in a multitude of situations, and functionality due to its considered features. Neat tailored baffle design allowing the efficient trapping of body heat, climbing helmet hood and generous body length for comfort. Wear it year round in the mountains and on winter endeavours.
Main Body Fabric: Freeflow® Ultra-lite
Colours: Moroccan Blue/Burnt Orange Lining, Alpine Red/Black Lining, Black/Alpine Red Lining
Weight: 525g/18.5oz (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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