COMPETITION: WINNER - Win a Montane Hydrogen Direct Jacket with Pertex

To celebrate the release of Episode 2 of the Pertex Elemental Journeys series, we've partnered with Montane to give you the chance to win a Hydrogen Direct Jacket.

Montane say: Montane pioneered the use of Pertex® and fleece pile linings 20 years ago to create a micro-climate to regulate body temperature and move moisture whilst active. The Hydrogen Direct Jacket takes inspiration from our heritage whilst harnessing the latest in cutting edge Alpha Direct insulation technology from Polartec®. With a windproof Pertex® Quantum Air outer shell the Hydrogen Direct Jacket provides a perfect blend of insulation, wind protection and breathability in one unique package.

Men's Hydrogen Direct jacket, 45 kb
Men's Hydrogen Direct jacket
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Women's Hydrogen Direct jacket, 48 kb
Women's Hydrogen Direct jacket
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Pertex® Quantum Air is engineered with increased air permeability to provide a balance between wind resistance and breathability. The more openly woven structure of Quantum Air fabrics allows airflow through the fabric, which helps to regulate your body heat and keep you comfortable for longer. This balance of air permeability and wind resistance means Pertex® Quantum Air fabrics are perfectly suited to intense mountain pursuits.

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