Montane Extreme Smock
The Extreme Smock has become a modern outdoor classic. The first truly technical softshell, single layer mountain smock. Designed and built without compromise. Tested in extreme and hostile conditions for over 20 years by mountaineers, climbers and on multiple high Arctic and Antarctic expeditions, both the Extreme Smock and Extreme Jacket have become trusted favourites of Mountain Rescue teams and outdoor professionals across the world.
This jacket is grat for general wear on colder days anything from walking the dog to going snowbaording! It's also a great quick throw on jacket after paddling when you just want to be warm again.
- Outer shell constructed from PERTEX Classic 6 that is windproof, water repellent, fast drying and breathable
- Zoned DRYACTIV 3000 deep pile lining wicks sweat, dries fast and retains warmth even when wet
- Reinforced tough POLARDRI Mini-Rip elbows to protect against rock abrasion
PATTERNING AND DESIGN
- Articulated arms with fine microfleece inner arm panel to prevent pile constructing over elbows and biceps
- Adjustable and removable hood with three point adjustment and wired peak
- Two way YKK zipped side vents with storm flap
- Two fine microfleece lined A-line hand-warmer pockets positioned clear of backpack or climbing harness belt
- Large front pocket for storing essentials
- Sleeve pocket with hook and loop closure
CENTRE FRONT ZIP
- Storm baffled half length front YKK zip
- Soft fleece beardguard at inner collar for extra comfort
CUFF AND SLEEVES CONFIGURATION
- Hook and loop adjustable cuffs with grab tabs for ease of use with gloves or mitts
- D-ring sewn at forearm to attach glove or mitt cord
- Hook and loop adjustable hem with grab tabs to prevent spindrift entry and heat loss
- Removable crotch strap to prevent hem riding up whilst reaching high
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Price Value Quality
Its great but wash it carefully read label and it will last years.Review by leonardon 20/04/2016I have used the montane smock in place of a buffulo special 6...... because it was more suited activities that required a belt between legs eg canoeing (this stops the jacket riding up and exposing your kidneys when its cold or really freezing cold this is not good.............The montane smock does exactly what it is supposed 2 do and it is not expensive I think for what it does and how much design thought has gone into it.