MontBell Alpine Light Down Vest

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The Montbell Women's Alpine Light Down Vest comes with a stuff sack, but you'll probably never want to take it off long enough to store it in there. Ultra-light and ultra-packable, this vest stashes easily in your pack so you can bust out some extra core warmth whenever you need it. The 800-fill down insulates exceptionally well, and smooth ballistic nylon deflects wind and light rain and glides easily over your other layers. Whether you're scaling Denali, walking around campus on a cool fall afternoon, or just out for a casual snowshoe, this vest has the recipe for warmth. You'll find core-warming 800-fill goose down sandwiched between two layers of ballistic nylon. The ripstop face won't let a little snag turn into a major tear, and the DWR finish prevents little spits from soaking through to the insulation. Smooth taffeta on the inside makes slipping into this little number easy like a Sunday morning while the microfleece lined collar keeps the warm love flowing. Stylish quilting holds the down in place and adds some feminine flavor, and the included stuff sack makes for easy packing when the temps start to rise. Two fleece-lined hand-warmer pockets dial in warmth for chilly digits after an afternoon of apple-picking. Two internal drop-in pockets give you a place to put your keys and lip balm when you need free hands, be it climbing, chasing kids, or throwing snowballs at your honey. The included stuff sacks lets you pack this sleeveless wonder into a small package for organized unpacking when you've reached your final destination. -


Weight 7.4 oz (Size M)
Fill Weight 2.1 oz
Insulation 800 fill power goose down
Shell Fabric 30-denier Ballistic rip-stop nylon
Lining Fabric 30-denier Ballistic nylon taffeta
Center Back Length 24.8 in (Size M)

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