MontBell Permafrost Light Down Jacket - Women's

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The Permafrost Light Down Jacket is a no-nonsense alpine tool. When designing this product we were struck by the fact that Windstopper technology is not commonly found on lightweight down jackets. We believe this Windstopper membrane to be an ideal match to such garments. By integrating this time tested technology we have greatly enhances the insulating properties of the Permafrost Light while protecting the 800 fill power goose down against moisture accumulation. This is accomplished with minimal weight penalty allowing it to weigh in well under a pound at a scant 13.8 oz. When winter conditions prevail, but a full on expedition parka would be overkill, the Permafrost light makes a lot of sense. No gimmicks here. Just your old stand by puffy infused with a little modern technology. Generously cut to accommodate a variety of winter layering systems. Welded Single Quilt Construction Micro fleeced line collar Zippered hand pockets with fleece lining Slightly articulated elbows One hand hem adjusters for both sides Alpine elastic cuffs with Velcro adjustments Water resistant Aqua-TectTM zippers High quality 800 fill power hypoallergenic goose down WINDSTOPPER® insulated Shell 30-denier Ballistic rip-stop nylon shell 15-denier Ballistic Airlight rip stop nylon lining Compresses : 4.7 x 7.0 (stuff sack included) Size: S/ M/ L/ XL Color: GM(Gunmetal)/ PLVT(Pale Violet)/ SV(Silver) Weight (size med):11.8 oz. Fill Weight:3.2 oz.

- Vargo Outdoors

MontBell Women's Permafrost Light Down Jacket

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The MontBell Women's Permafrost Light Down Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 2, 2011 at Vargo Outdoors.

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