Jöttnar Launches Winter Range Product News

Jöttnar has released the first tranche of its Winter 2019/20 range. It sees an additional six new products join the collection, with a further seven to follow later in the season.

The new products include an ultra-lightweight hydrophobic down jacket, a mid-layer made from fabric designed for the Special Forces, a shell jacket for the most savage conditions and a hardshell drop-seat pant for winter climbers, alpinists and ski mountaineers.

All feature the highest quality and most technologically advanced fabrics, built with Jöttnar's customary attention to detail.

New range highlights include:

Grim: a fully featured mountain hardshell jacket built for the harshest of winter conditions. Made from waterproof, windproof, breathable SKJOLDR™ in a burly 70 x 140 denier grade. Protection and durability for all conditions.

Asger: a lightly insulated, technically sophisticated jacket for high output activity. A windproof, water repellent outer is built around a Polartec® Alpha® inner for the perfect balance of warmth and breathability.

Tor: the lightest hydrophobic down jacket in the range. Its 850 Fill Power goose down gives it an outstanding warmth to weight ratio, but without any fragility and feature compromises. Its 7-denier fabric is amongst the lightest technical face fabrics in the world.

Valdyr: a severe condition hard shell pant for winter climbers, alpinists and ski-mountaineers. Built from SKJOLDR™ windproof, waterproof, breathable fabric, for superb harsh weather protection, comfort and durability.

Grim, Asger and Tor

Existing items within the range are being carried forward and incorporate new colours and performance updates.

The new arrivals are now fully available.

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