COMPETITION: WINNER - Win a Fjӓllrӓven Bergtagen Eco-Shell Jacket

by Fjallraven Oct/2017
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WINNER: winenut

To celebrate the launch of its Bergtagen collection of mountaineering apparel, Fjӓllrӓven has teamed up with UKC to offer one lucky winner the chance to get their hands on a high-spec Bergtagen Eco-Shell jacket worth £495.

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Designed for life above the treeline, Fjӓllrӓven's new Bergtagen collection fuses tradition with innovation and has been developed to offer climbers and mountaineers a comprehensive clothing system for all types of weather and terrain. Each layer makes no compromises on functionality, durability, quality and sustainability and has been designed in collaboration with an elite test team, including Sweden's first mountain guide Stefan Palm.

From soft, moisture-wicking base layers developed in conjunction with Aclima, to durable work layers and warming insulation garments, every item in the Bergtagen collection has been carefully considered in order to offer maximum comfort, performance and sustainability

Designed for protection from prolonged periods of rain or snow, the Bergtagen Eco-Shell Jacket is made from Fjӓllrӓven's PFC-free 3L Ripstop Stretch Eco-Shell fabric. Waterproof and breathable, the jacket features optimised seams that have been carefully positioned to minimise rubbing from a pack and offer optimum freedom of movement.

A roomy fit accommodates extra layers and the Bergtagen Eco-Shell Jacket also has an AquaGuard front zip, helmet-compatible hood and RECCO reflector. Two layers of Eco-Shell fabric in high-wear areas help to increase the jackets durability and the ventilation openings and zips line up with those on the other Bergtagen garments for increased functionality.

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To be in with a chance of winning a Bergtagen Eco-Shell Jacket (Men's or Women's), simply answer the question below...

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