Makalu II Down Jacket - Lime



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Made for mountaineers looking for a lightweight and compressible jacket providing protection from extreme cold
The warmest jacket in the SIMOND range, will protect you in extreme cold, (up to -29°C), at only 610 g (in size L)
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WarmthRecommended temperature use = - 29°C, Duck down: 90% down 10% feather
Compact designFill power = 700 Cuin (EU standard), stuff sack volume = 4L (L)
Abrasion resistanceDurable component on high wear forearm areas
Freedom of movementClose-fitting cut with armholes suitable for mountaineering.
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

Thermal insulation
Duck down 90% down and 10% feather with a fill power of 700 Cuin (EU standard). Jacket's assembly is 3D partitioned.* Our feathers come from Chinese ducks farmed for their meat. We retrieve their feathers after they are culled. We keep the ducks death certificates
Temperature rating use
Our jackets are lab tested in environmental chambers to identify the recommended temperature rating use. For moderate activity (in 5 km/h wind), this jacket is suitable for temperatures up to -29°C.
Pockets + sack
This jacket contains: 2 outer hand pockets 2 outer chest pockets accessible when wearing a harness + 1 patch pocket inside, one of these is for slipping in your phone 2 mesh net pocket inside jacket to keep your 2nd pair of gloves or flask warm 1 stuff sack for storing jacket on mountain excursions
Down hood designed for wearing over your mountaineering helmet, adjustable with 2 systems at front and rear of jacket
Reinforced at forearms
Durable component has been selected to reinforce jacket's forearms. As a matter of fact, these are high wear areas. The component selected is more robust than the jacket's main component.
SizeXS to XXL

Total weight610 g in size L
Information / Concept / Technology
Filling : 90.0% Grey duck down, Filling : 10.0% Grey duck feather Main fabric : 100.0% Polyamide (PA)

team Simond mountaineers on a Nepalese expedition: Nupsé South face