Lightline Jacket Men’s

Lightline Jacket Men’s

$290.00

The Lightline is an excellent midweight stitched-through construction down parka, perfect for use on Mt Baker and in Summer conditions on Mt Rainier. A removable hood allows this jacket to transition seamlessly to use back in town at the end of your climb. 

Built to meet the demands of modern mountaineers, the Lightline Jacket continues to set the benchmark for lightweight, technical duvets. Benefiting from improved fit and an outstanding new hood it offers exceptional warmth and protection in sub-zero conditions.

DRILITE® Loft outer; totally windproof and highly water resistant
296g (size L) of 90/10 Pure Down with a fill power of 700
Stitched-through construction throughout
Adjustable zip-off hood with 3 panels for exceptional fit and protection
2-way YKK® moulded centre front zip with rear insulated baffle
2 zipped hand warmer pockets behind insulated flaps
Inner zipped security pocket
Adjustable cuffs and hem drawcords

Weight: 740g/26oz

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