MontBell UL Down Jacket - Men's

$154.95

$100.94

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Short Description
  • Sewn through construction,2 zippered hand warmer pockets,Stuff sack included,800 Fill Power Goose Down,Weight: 7.6 oz
SKU
mb-m-uldwn-j-p
Brand Name
MontBell
Discontinued By Manufacturer
No
Item Condition
No
Closure Type
No
Cuff Type
No
Cup Size
No
Fabric Type
No
Fabric Wash
No
Fill Material Type
No
Fit Type
No
Insulation Type
No
Legal Disclaimer
No
Lining Material
No
Material Type
No
Model Name
No
Neck Style
High Neck
Number Of Pockets
No
Part Number
No
Shell Material
No
Sleeve Type
34924
Specific Usage For Product
No
Sport Type
Multi-sport
This family of products continues to delicately balance the characteristics that define reliable ultra-light apparel. For example, the U.L Down Jacket weighs less thanmost cotton T-shirt, blocks a deceptive amount of wind, while compressing to the size of the 32 ounce water bottle. Specifically designed as a replacement for the heavy and bulky fleece garments used by many backcountry enthusiasts, the U.L. Down Series is "what you need" when warmth is critical, minimal weight is paramount, and space in your pack is at a premium.

Polkatex
An elite water-repellent technology, Polkatex® DWR protects insulation from light moisture and helps maintain warmth.

15-Denier Ballistic Airlight Nylon
15-denier Ballisitic Airlight nylon is a calendered hollow fiber fabric ideal for use in high performance outdoor clothing. The calendering process makes a tightly woven lightweight fabric more fiber proof and wind resistant. To achieve these desired traits the fabric is run between heated rollers to flatten and "shingle" each fiber. Once a high grade DWR (druable water repellant) is applied the resulting fabric is highly resitant to the elements and incredibly strong for its weight.

Sewn Through Construction
In sewn-through construction, stitch lines go from the exterior of the garment directly to the lining material to join the two layers, creating small pockets for down insulation. This simple method provides an economical way to keep down in place, while leaving the garment as light as possible.

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