Win a Montane Icarus/Phoenix Flight Jacket

, 215 kb


The Men's Icarus & Women's Phoenix Flight Jackets are designed for high-performance, dynamic activities in changeable alpine environments. Utilising revolutionary PrimaLoft ThermoPlume synthetic insulation, which mimics the performance, efficiency and packability of natural down whilst retaining the wet weather versatility and durability of synthetic insulation.

, 159 kb

The Flight is focused towards climbing in alpine environments; Rip-stop outer fabric provides robust protection while the stretch fleece panels allow for increased reach and unrestricted movement.

135g PrimaLoft® ThermoPlume insulation provides the loft and compressbility of down while keeping you warm even when wet. FEATHERLITE™ Mni Rip-stop 20D outer with DWR is durable, water repellent and wind resistant. THERMO STRETCH PRO grid backed fleece panelling on the sides and arms allow for dynamic movement.

Two zipped hand pockets and a zipped internal chest pocket provide storage for essentials, and the re-elasticated under helmet hood features a close fit allowing it to be worn underneath a helmet.

, 105 kb


RRP £160

, 100 kb


RRP £160

To be in with a chance of winning a Montane Icarus of Phoenix Flight jacket simply answer the question below.

This competition closes on Monday, 4th February

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Q: Q: What type of PrimaLoft synthetic insulation is used in the Icarus & Phoenix?

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