The Neutrino Pro Jacket has been a favourite of mountaineers for the last twenty years. Updated for Winter 2021 with recycled materials and a new arm baffle design, the new Neutrino Pro is still incredibly lightweight and packable for such a warm jacket, and now has greater mobility and a lighter footprint.
Perfect for climbing Rainier, the North Cascades and 4-5000m peaks worldwide, this alpine down jacket is filled with 800 fill-power, certified goose down. This ultra-high lofting down is extremely insulative, even in freezing temperatures. The Neutrino Pro uses a recycled, wind and weather resistant Pertex® Quantum Pro outer, offering refuge from blizzards, withstanding snow, and spindrift. The new anatomically engineered twisted arm baffles improve arm pre-curve, enabling complete freedom of movement. Other features:
2-way YKK® VISLON® front zip with insulated storm flap for ease of use with a harness.
1 YKK® zipped internal chest pocket
Fully adjustable, helmet compatible down-filled hood with stiffened peak for increased protection
2 YKK® zipped hand pockets
Larger ripstop over the shoulders and upper sleeve for added durability
Cuff adjustment and elastication for optimum fit when wearing gloves
Articulated sleeves for mobility. Adjustable hem. Stuff sack included
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