Mammut Silvretta Jacket

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Whether on a one-day high-altitude excursion, a multi-pitch tour or hiking in the mountains - Mammut's ultra-light Silvretta Jacket for Women is the ideal jacket for use in high mountain terrain and, at 288 g, one of the lightest mountain jackets available. The GORE-TEX Active material packs up very small, is extremely breathable and resistant to wind and water, as well as providing outstanding comfort.


CLOSEOUTS . With a three-layer, waterproof breathable Gore-Texand#174; Active shell, welded pit zips and zip-out snow skirt, Mammutand#39;s Silvretta jacket is a versatile choice for a wide range of outdoor sports, from backcountry skiing to ice climbing. Available Colors: GRAPHITE/GRAPHITE, MALIBLUE/GRAPHITE. Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

On Sale. Free Shipping. Mammut Women's Silvretta Jacket FEATURES of the Mammut Women's Silvretta Jacket Extremely light Gore-Tex Active fabric for reliable protection in high alpine terrain Drawcord hem, adjustable using one hand Pre-shaped sleeves with Velcro cuffs New hood design, can be adjusted vertically and horizontally, helmet-compatible 2 large zip front pockets and ventilation option Spray proof YKK zippers Areas of Use: Classical Alpinism, Mountain Hiking, Multipitch Rockclimbing SPECIFICATIONS of the Mammut Women's Silvretta Jacket Weight: 290 g Main Fabric: Gore-Tex Active 3-Layer 10901 Face Material: 100% Polyamide Membrane: 100% Polytetrafluorethylene Backing: 100% Polyester

- Moosejaw

Mammut Silvretta Jacket

previously retailed for:
$99.95 - $214.99

The Mammut Silvretta Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 9, 2017 at

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