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WINNER - Win your choice of a Berghaus Ramche Mtn Reflect or Ronnas Reflect Competition

WINNER: Keonuk

Stay extra warm this winter with Berghaus Hydrodown® and Reflect

Ramche Mtn Reflect Action 1

Berghaus has an extensive range of insulated clothing lined up for winter adventures in the mountains. At the heart of the range are jackets that feature water resistant Hydrodown®, with a PFC-free Nikwax® DWR treatment, allowing the down to continue performing for at least 16 hours even when it gets wet. The down is enhanced by warmth boosting Reflect mesh. Reflect is an ultra-light and highly breathable silver mesh lining that sits between outer and inner baffles in jackets and has been designed to redirect heat to where it's needed most in the body, keeping the wearer up to 20% warmer than in products that don't use it.

Hydrodown® and Reflect feature in key products in the Berghaus autumn/winter 2019 collection, including the women's Ramche Mtn Reflect jacket and men's Ronnas Reflect jacket.

Women's Ramche Mtn Reflect

Ramche Mtn Reflect Action 2

With 90/10 700 fill power goose Hydrodown®, offset baffle construction throughout and Reflect technology, the women's Ramche Mtn Reflect is designed for extended use by mountaineers and climbers during extreme cold weather. Designed with input from female mountain guides, the jacket incorporates carefully considered body mapping to ensure that the insulation is in tune with the wearer's physiology. The Ramche Mtn Reflect delivers warmth to the core, while reducing bulk in areas where it's not needed, to allow for great freedom of movement and enhanced comfort.

Ramche Mtn Reflect Red

The Pertex® Quantum face fabric is tough, lightweight, windproof and water resistant and additional protection is provided by the adjustable, wired, helmet compatible hood. Other features include: Two zipped hand warmer pockets; dual adjustment hem drawcords; adjustable hook-and-loop cuffs; and an internal bottle pocket. Over 90% of the materials used in the women's Ramche Mtn Reflect are bluesign approved®. The jacket retails at £240.

Men's Ronnas Reflect

Ronnas Reflect Lifestyle

Loaded with 80/20 600 fill duck Hydrodown®, the Ronnas Reflect is built for long winter days in the mountains. Pockets of warmth are held just where insulation is needed most thanks to expert body mapping, while Reflect technology bounces body heat back to boost the jacket's insulation. The Pertex® Quantum outer provides a lightweight and effective shield from the elements and features include a fully adjustable down-filled hood, harness friendly handwarmer pockets, a zipped internal chest pocket, elasticated cuffs and adjustable hem. The Ronnas Reflect retails at £200.

All Berghaus down is Responsible Down Standard (RDS) certified, guaranteeing ethical sourcing.

For your chance to win your choice of a Berghaus women's Ramche Mtn Reflect or men's Ronnas Reflect, simply answer the question below:

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12 Dec, 2019

Anyone else remember moonbags from the 1980s?sleeping bags built with a similar technology.

They were shit.

12 Dec, 2019

Yup. But companies feel they have to have a new 'improved' range every year. At least they do recycling - reusing old concepts and renaming them.....

12 Dec, 2019

This is like "the science bit" in a cosmetics commercial isn't it? Where "up to 20%" means "probably about 0.005%"

12 Dec, 2019

That they were!! I had one when I was in the scouts - truly awful........

12 Dec, 2019

I had a worse pit in the 80s, a Blacks Highland! Looked fantastic, black with a gold stripe & lettering but totally useless.

I was seduced into buying it by the advert showing Hamish MacInnes in one in a snow hole; I should have realised that he'd have happily slept in a snow hole wrapped in an old newspaper (and probably been warmer too!)

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