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Nikita Manaslu Insulated Jacket 2013

Sale: $148.95 (40% off, was $248.95)
ocean depths/volcanic red/nasturtium
Color: ocean depths/volcanic red/nasturtium
Size: M Size Chart
$148.95
Color: ocean depths/volcanic red/nasturtium
Size: M
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Waterproofing
Moderate
Keeps you dry during periods of light snow or rain
Breathability
Moderate
Allows comfort and airflow during normal activities
Insulation
Some
Keeps you warm, ideal for comfort in cold conditions
Fit
Regular
A standard fit with moderate length, focused on comfort and mobility
Overview
The Manaslu is amazing wind-blocking, powder-shielding technology from Nikita. Rip up the mountain with 180 grade down and feather insulation to shield off shivers and let out excess heat with double armpit vents. This jacket is made for mountain fun and comes in awesome retro fashion.
Features
Waterproof Rating
  • 10,000mm
Breathability Rating
  • 8,000gm²
Seams
  • Critically Taped
Powder Skirt
  • Removable
Hood
  • Fixed Hood
Insulation
  • Down
Down Fill Power
  • 180
Pockets
  • Front Hand Pockets
  • Media Pocket
  • Goggle Pocket
  • Pass Pocket
Details
  • 2-Way Adjustable Hood
  • Chafe Free Collar
  • Adjustable Cuffs
  • Storm Flap
  • Goggle Cloth
  • Key Clip
Seams

Critically Taped - On outerwear with critically taped seams you only have taping at the key points where potential leakage can occur. This is acceptable, or even advantageous if you live in a dry climate, if you're more concerned with breathability than dealing with wet weather then outerwear featuring critically taped seams is the way to go.

Insulation

Down - Down is the lightest and warmest option when it comes to outerwear insulation, the only drawbacks with down is it doesn't perform well in wet conditions and it's more expensive. Synthetics will dry faster than down and are easier to clean, but they can't beat down when it comes to performing in very cold and dry weather.

Down Fill Power

A fill power rating measures the number of cubic inches that one ounce of that particular down will occupy, so a jacket with a 800 fill power rating will be warmer than a jacket with a fill power rating of 500.

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