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Win a Berghaus Teallach Jacket

New for autumn/winter 2018, the Men's and Women's Teallach X Jackets are extremely breathable midlayers, using Berghaus' award-winning Hyroloft® insulation.

The Teallach Jacket in action, 113 kb

The Teallach Jacket in action, 101 kb

Outstanding warmth to weight is delivered by 80g of Hydroloft® Elite, powered by Thermocore®, positioned through meticulously placed stitching to provide heat where it's needed most and prevent overheating elsewhere. The face fabric offers up to 25 times the airflow of a typical insulated jacket, while a durable water repellent treatment helps keep out the elements, and four-way stretch allows for great freedom of movement and improved comfort during use. The Teallach features more than 50% recycled fabric and is part of Berghaus' MADEKIND™ initiative. The men's jacket weighs 401g (size large) and the women's weighs 364g (size 12).

The men's and women's Teallach jackets retail at £160 and are available now from www.berghaus.com and selected specialist outdoor retailers

Women's Teallach Jacket - Black, 64 kb

Men's Teallach Jacket - Blue, 71 kb

This competition closes on Monday, 26th November

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Q: In which country is the mountain the Teallach is named after located?

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