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Loki Lodur Hiloft

photo: Loki Lodur Hiloft synthetic insulated jacket


Price Historic Range: $174.30
Reviewers Paid: $230.00-$240.00


2 reviews
5-star:   2
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

Warm to the core. Last time I was ice climbing in Ouray, it was a brutally cold day. Most climbers had left for the warmth of the True Grit. We stayed toasty with our Lodurs.

I read a review in Climbing magazine on belay jackets. They rated this in the top five, and this is the one.

Fabric: Ripstop
Fill: Primaloft
Price Paid: $230


This is a biased review-

I designed the outerwear, but it is so new and different I thought perhaps I would tell the curious souls about it from the horse's mouth.

Details: The 05 LODUR Hiloft is a Primaloft 133 gr. Sport filled, Pertex Classic shelled(40 denier) all in one Belay/ and more Jacket.

Weight: Medium weighs about 26oz. The addition of the Loki Mitts and Faceshield bumps the weight a bit, if you trust the systm it also cancels extra weight in your pack. (ie gloves, and neck giater) More over, you can't forget, drop, or lose such important items for a big trip or even daily use!

Among other peices in the LOKI line, my brother Dirk and I climbed Denali on June 15, 05, with fantastic (better than expected) results. For most of the trip and on Summit day we wore a thin wool base layer, a micro fleece, our eVENT LEVITY Shell and the LODUR over all.

We used the integrated LOKI Mitts and Facesheild with only thin liner gloves and a scull cap under for extremity protection. A few days before our summit a gentleman lost a mitt and several fingers. With our jacket this is not a possiblilty. It is very efficeient, safe and "low-key" in fashion. Serious outdoor adventurers and avid users "get" it. Our technology is the most thought out gear ever. You have to try it yourself to understand how awesome it is.

Fabric: Pertex Shell 4- denier classic
Fill: Primaloft 133 Sport
Price Paid: $240

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