A down jacket with 'body-mapping' designed to offer excellent warmth and mobility on the mountain. A minamist profile keeps bulk to a minimum, while the '3D' baffle construction strategically positions 700 fill Hungarian goose down. This jacket is part of the new TNF Meru Range.
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700 fill Hungarian goose down offers excellent warmth and is very compressible. Specially mapped and shaped baffles regulate and capture heat where it's most needed. Pre-cinched hood, cuffs and bottom hem eliminate faff. Two huge interior utility pockets hold more than a litre water bottle each. Zippered, harness-friendly hand warmer pockets are generous and easy to access.
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