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Mountain Equipment Triton Jacket Womens
Mountain Equipment Triton Jacket Womens
Colour: denim blue, Size: 8 UK Damen
369,95
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This protective, insulated jacket gives the warmth of 100 percent recycled down with the fully waterproof reassurance of a recycled DRILITE® shell. The Mountain hood seals out winter weather and two zipped outer pockets store what you need for life in the coldest months. The Triton Jacket Womens by Mountain Equipment - a warm and waterproof jacket with 100 percent recycled down, recycled shell fabric and PFC-free DWR.
  • Material: 2-layer Drilite®, 100 % polyester (recycled) with polyurethane-membrane (recycled) mit PFC-free DWR, 97 g/m˛
  • Filling: 85/15 down/feather (recycled)
  • Fill power: 700 cuin
  • Fill weight: 162 g (size M)
  • Warm and comfortable
  • Stitched-through narrow baffle internal construction
  • Optimised down distribution and fill weights using a baffle-by-baffle approach
  • Fully adjustable Mountain Hood
  • 2-way YKK® Aquaguard® water resistant centre front zip with internal storm flap
  • Adjustable cuffs and dual tether hem drawcords
  • 2 zipped hand warmer pockets with YKK® water-resistant zips with stormflaps
  • 1 zippered inner pocket
  • Contains non-textile parts of animal origin
  • Weight: 715 g (size L)
Down Codex
Mountain Equipment obtains top quality down from a variety of sources across the world. All down is a by-product of food production and is obtained after birds have been humanely slaughtered. There is no live plucking, or live harvesting of our down. No birds are force fed during the fattening process before slaughter. The birds are kept in good conditions and to high welfare standards that vary for ducks and geese. They are free to roam compounds and have barns to shelter in with good access to fresh water and natural food. Stocking densities, i.e. how many birds per square metre, are lower than recommended maximums. After collection the down is cleaned and sorted, using modern water based methods that do not require the use of solvents. Mountain Equipment tests each batch of down that they buy for cleanliness, composition and fill power. The IDFL provides this service. All Mountain Equipment fill powers are measured and stated according to the IDFB/Lorch cylinder test method.