Montane Krypton Jacket


Weight 375 g / 13.2 oz
Fabric PERTEX® Classic 4
Reinforcement PERTEX® Microlight Mini Rip-stop
Lining DRYACTIV® Suede

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Montane's Krypton Jacket is the original soft shell. At home high in the mountains or working hard on an endurance winter ultra run. Windproof and breathable high quality Pertex and a fast wicking brushed liner combine to to give an exceptionally versatile fabric. One that will work hard to transport sweat and act as a mid and outer windproof layer as one. Wear over a base layer tech tee and layer over the Krypton when needed with a Primaloft jacket whilst inactive or belaying.


Montane makes excellent lightweight apparel for everything from trail-running and hiking to mountaineering and skiing. The Krypton jacket is a great single layer mountain jacket that works well high in the mountains or on an endurance ultra run in the winter. The Krypton uses a Pertex microlight rip-stop outer that is both windproof and breathable, and also has a fast wicking Dry Active suede and thermal mesh lining which feels great and keeps you comfortable. This incredibly versatile layer can be warn over a baselayer when you're using lots of energy, or a midlayer under a Primaloft jacket when you're inactive in the cold. Features: Drop tail Zip chest pockets Zip sleeve pocket Single-handed draw cords Front zip w/ storm flap Weight: 13 oz. (375 g)

- Mountains Plus

Montane Krypton Jacket


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