Alpkit Synoment

As part of the new synthetic range coming this year to Alpkit, the Synoment mid-layer is a light- weight packable 80 g/m2 insulated full length zip jacket. Designed as an all weather, insulating layer or outer jacket for those cold morning starts or late evening sessions. 

Taking inspiration from it’s popular down counterpart the Filoment, the Synoment is a lightweight technical synthetic jacket with DWR coating for active performance, offering warmth no matter what the conditions. Worn as a pure outerwear all-year-round or as a magnificent mid-layer in less than perfect conditions. Full length zip, two side pockets and a active fit, all of which are familiar features. The angled chest pocket allows easy access. The elasticated hem and cuffs keep the jacket where you need it, allowing you to be flexible pulling out those epic moves on the second pitch of a climb.

Available in both Men's and Women's fit. 

  • Weight. (Men's medium) 320g
  • Angled chest pocket for valuables
  • 2 zipped hand pockets
  • Synthetic fill: 80 g/ m2
  • Compressed size: 24 x 17 x 14 cm
  • DWR coating


For more information visit Alpkit

22 Apr, 2015
Is the main zip uni-directional? Cant tell from the info or the photos.
22 Apr, 2015
I reckon this might not be one of Alpkit's best sellers. Although it's cheaper than most rivals at their rrp, you can usually pick one up for pretty near the price of the Synoment, or cheaper.
23 Apr, 2015
Until this article came up, when I saw the photo in the UKC sidebar I thought it was for a new stove. Didn't notice what the guy was wearing at all.
23 Apr, 2015
That's why I'm asking about the zip really, if you cant unzip from the bottom for easy access when belaying and alpkit haven't realised bigger = longer arms as much as i'd like to buy british this can do one.
23 Apr, 2015
Looks like a nice jacket, hope you guys bring out a quater zip version. Is the packsize correct? Similar size to my Rab Alpine Generator which is over 500 grammes an has a hood and bulky zip.
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