Mountain Equipment Gasherbrum Jacket

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The Mountain Equipment Men's Gasherbrum Down Jacket fends off your shivers whether you're climbing in frigid weather or just trying to survive winter's cold weather. Mountain Equipment stuffed this jacket with some of the finest, loftiest, and lightest 750-fill down available to keep you nice and toasty while you're on belay or at the bus station. Its box wall baffle construction eliminates cold spots within the jacket. The He30 shell keeps the jacket light on your body, and it remains durable to withstand tears and abrasions from rocks. And an EXL lining utilizes elasticized threads that pull the jacket and its hood close to your body without restricting your mobility or adding bulk despite its regular fit. The Gasherbrum also features a hood that either cinches tightly across your helmet or head to boost head heat. This down jacket stuffs into an included sack so you don't have to sacrifice space for lofty warmth when you travel. Hook-and-loop cuffs and dual-tether drawcords help seal in warmth.


Mountain Equipment's Gasherbrum Jacket features: Box-wal baffles construction, two way moulded zipper, and two large hand warmer pockets.


Pack up the Gasherbrum Jacket from Mountain Equipment when you need expedition-sized warmth without the expedition weight. A minimum fill power of 750, box-wall construction for overlapping warmth, and form-fitting EXL inner lining to hold in your heat. Full-dome HC hood is engineered for severe cold, with or without a helmet on.

- Mountain Gear

Mountain Equipment Gasherbrum Jacket

previously retailed for:
$279.98 - $469.95

The Mountain Equipment Gasherbrum Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 17, 2015 at

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