Montane Flux Jacket
£130, added Oct/2010, see all Montane news & reviews
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HIGH MOUNTAIN ECO INSULATION

Designed for moving fast in cold conditions in the mountains. Featuring layered 60g and 40g Primaloft constructed in such way to maximise insulation without compromising comfort the Flux was concieved to be more than a simple belay jacket. Super packable and encased in Pertex Microlight, windproof and exceptionally fast drying. Tested on the bigwalls of Patagonia's Fitzroy in some of the most changeable weather conditions on earth.

Main Body Fabric: Pertex Microlight Rip-Stop
Insulation:
Primaloft Eco
Lining:
Peaq 60

Colours: Black/Silver Lining, Moroccan Blue/Deep Red Lining, Burnt Orange/Deep Red Lining, Dark Green/Silver Lining.

Weight: 520g/18oz (Medium)

RRP: £130

Full details at: www.montane.co.uk

Flux Jacket, 52 kbFlux Jacket 2, 99 kb


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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