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Advanced Base Camp, Ice Camp and High Mountain Camp Down Sleeping Bags
Internal collar, mummy hood, double draft-tubes on the zip, and Drishell outer are some of the design details that give these pared-down bags their superb weight / performance ratio. All 25% off.
Arctic Down Mitts
Down-filled mitts with fleecy linings for very cold conditions. £55, 28% off.
Brenta Down Jacket
A climber's down jacket, harness & helmet friendly. The Drishell Plus and Tempest outer is 100% windproof and will shrug off snow and shower. £180, 32% off.
Minim 300 Down Sleeping Bag
With a Min Temp rating of 0C (32F) and a total weight of 590gm (21oz) this bag is a great choice for Mountain / Desert Marathons or ultralight backpacking. On sale for £172, 30% off.
Minim 500 Down Sleeping Bag
With a total weight of 810gms (29oz) and a min temp rating of -10C (14F) this bag gives another ultralight option for anyone extending their camping into the milder parts of winter. On sale for £208, 30% off.
Lofoten Ventile Down Jackets
Wind protection from Ventile fabric teamed with the reassuring warmth of high quality goose down. Available in olive green or blue. £199, 22% off.
The other sale items are popular standard products made in non-standard colours / fabrics:
Two of PHD's most popular products, in ultralight M1 fabric. Colour: grey. Both 28% off.
Yukon Down Jacket
Developed for the Yukon Ultra Race this lightweight, box-wall, hooded down jacket with zipped hand-warmer pockets is on sale in black ripstop M1 microfibre fabric. £188, 30% off.
Combi Down Sleeping Bag
Extra wide bag to fit over your Ultralight bag giving year-round performance from. £199, 31% off.
Zeta Thinsulate Insulated Trousers
Synthetic-filled trousers in tough Tempest fabric for belays and bivouacs from Scotland to Patagonia's big walls. £118, 29% off.
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