Montane and You Helping Mountain Rescue England and Wales£80 with £45 going to Mountain Rescue England and Wales, added Jun/2010, see all Montane news & reviews
Product news by Montane
Raising £50,000 For Mountain Rescue England and Wales.
Montane's Limited Edition Prism 2.0 Jacket and Chukchi Shirt will not only keep you warm and snug during the Autumn/Winter, they will also give you a lovely warm feeling inside. These are the last two pieces of kit to complete Montane's 5-strong range of clothing designed to help raise £50,000 for Mountain Rescue England and Wales. Over half the sale price of these items will go to this life saving charity.
Montane Prism 2.0 Jacket
SRP: £80 with £45 going to Mountain Rescue England and Wales.
(Men's fit only)
If you're after a lightweight, water repellent, durable, quick drying jacket that has a high warmth to weight ratio then Montane's Prism 2.0 Jacket is the ticket. Packed with Primaloft 40gm and with a Pertex outer this Jacket is an all rounder that's versatile and compressible for packing away.
Chukchi Microfleece Shirt
SRP: £40 with £25 going to Mountain Rescue England and Wales.
(Men's fit only)
For those days when you just need something to pull over your head to keep the chill off then grab Montane's Chukchi Microfleece Shirt made from reliable Polartec material and sporting the Limited Edition colours of black with red zip detail.
Montane's Mountain Rescue Fundraising Campaign
So far, the fundraising is going well and Montane is on track to reaching its target of £50k. This target has only been made possible through the kind donation of fabrics from leading technical brands: Polartec, Pertex and Entrant DT and PrimaLoft.
To support this campaign you can purchase the Prism 2.0 Jacket and Chukchi Shirt direct from www.montane.co.uk, along with the other garments in the range for men including the Atomic Stretch Jacket and Dynamic Pants and the Lite-Speed Jacket for both men and women.
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