Mammut Wing Half-Zip Jacket

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The Mammut Wing Half-Zip Jacket is the perfect companion for the rock junky who wants a shell while climbing that multi-pitch. Ultra light weight, this jacket is also wind and water resistant.


Every experienced outdoorsman always has a few 'uh-oh' items on hand when out in the backcountry, and the Mammut Wing Half-Zip Jacket should be a staple of this go-to kit. Built to be extremely light and packable, this pullover will have you breathing a sigh of relief when you pull it out after the weather starts to head south when you're halfway up a multi-pitch project.


Extremely light rescue jacket with a small packing volume an essential item in your backpack Ultra light weight wind and water resistant woven fabric On top very tearresistant and highly breathable The double microporous coating on the reverse side together with a DWR surface result in a breathability of 5000 gm224h and pass the rain test with excellence Fixed adjustable hood Hood with elastic band fixable The entire jacket can be easily stowed in the chest pocket The small bag has a strap to attach it for example to a climbing harness Ultraviolet Protection Factor UPF 50Fabric DRYtech 2layer material with light coating dry grainy feel bluesign approved fabric Breathability MVTR 5000 gm24h


Mammut Wing Half-Zip Jacket

previously retailed for:
$41.63 - $71.37

The Mammut Wing Half-Zip Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 15, 2014 at

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