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The descendant of the first eVent® shell from Montane. Built for the British mountains, from the Lake District to the Cairngorms, the Super-Fly was developed to work hard in pouring rain or to provide complete protection from a powerful snow storm. Features comfortable hand-warmer pockets clear of a rucksack hip belt, a large OS map pocket and a full coverage mountain helmet hood. The Super-Fly is super light for a mountain shell and has the critical features required for mountain walking and climbing.
© Montane, Dec 2011
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