Montane Anti-Freeze Jacket
400g / 14.1oz (Size Medium)
170 g of 93/7 goose down at 800+ fill
Ultra soft PEAQ® Down
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The Montane Anti-Freeze Jacket provides ultralight year round mountain insulation. Originally built for lightweight alpine trips where weight is critical, but warmth and fabric water repellancy cannot be compromised. The Antifreeze has become a classic Montane style used in the mountains on all types of activities from base camp insulation to post race thaw out.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
Free Shipping. Montane Men's Anti-Freeze Jacket FEATURES of the Montane Men's Anti-Freeze Jacket Pertex Microlight outer that has a remarkable durable water repellency and is 100% windproof Peaq Down liner that is exceptionally comfortable next to the skin, highly breathable and fast drying High quality down with a 750+ fill power Stitch through down panel construction Articulated arms for reach high movement and tailored specifically to reduce hem lift Soft fleece beardguard around neck for extra comfort Two hand-warmer pockets with reversed zips and map-sized chest pocket Full length reversed and baffled two way front zip Part elasticated self fabric cuffs with Velcro adjustment Adjustable hem to prevent spindrift entry and heat loss Includes own waterproof storage Montane stuff sac
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
Your water bottle might be frozen, but you're toasty-warm thanks to your protective and insulative Montane Men's Anti-Freeze Jacket. Its water-repellent, windproof, and durable shell and lofty, compressible 750-fill down insulation makes it ideal for long, cold exposure on the trail or wall. Articulated sleeves and an active fit allows plenty of high-reaching without hem pull-up. And say good-bye to frigid bivies: strategic panel-stitching eliminates cold spots and distributes warmth evenly, so you can may toss and turn, but you'll sleep in comfort. A waterproof stuff sack is included, so you can take your friendly Anti-Freeze anywhere.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version