Nangpala Hooded Down Jacket

Nangpala Hooded Down Jacket

Hold on there. This is not your everyday, average hooded down jacket.

Insulated with PrimaLoft® GOLD 750, a revolutionary combination of 750 goose down (70%) and PrimaLoft® fibres (30%), it has some very special abilities: it absorbs water ten times slower than 100% down, retains 95% of its warmth if it does get wet, and dries four times faster than down.

This translates to incredible warming performance in a much expanded range of conditions. The micro-grid ripstop shell is water-resistant and has a tight weave – no feathers escape. For warmth that won't wilt when wet, this is your jacket.

  • The ripstop shell is water-resistant and downproof
  • The PrimaLoft® GOLD 750 insulation combines water-repellent goose down (70%) with superfine, hydrophobic PrimaLoft® fibres (30%) for enhanced performance over a wide range of conditions: it absorbs water ten times slower than 100% down, dries four times faster than 100% down, and retains 95% of its warmth even when wet
  • The attached hood adds crucial warmth at neck and head – where body heat can be easily lost
  • Hem and hood can be cinched in when you want to seal in body heat and deflect a cold wind
  • Internal mesh pockets are great for drying out gloves with your body heat
  • Handwarmer pockets and chest Napoleon pocket zip shut to secure necessities
  • Elastic binding at the cuffs keeps cold drafts out
  • Chest pocket has exit port for music device cord
  • Can be compressed into its built-in stuff sack when packing

Shell fabric: 100% polyester ripstop treated with DWR (durable water repellent) finish Insulation: PrimaLoft® Gold 750 – 70% 750 fill-power goose down / 30% PrimaLoft® fibres

Sizes: S-XXL

Weight: 425g (14.9oz)

Nangpala Hooded Down Jacket, 162 kb

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