- Finest 1000 Fill Power EX Down provides an extreme warmth-to-weight ratio
- Unique "skip-stitch" quilting pattern reduces cold spots and minimizes heat loss
- Sewn Through Construction keeps down insulation in place while lightening the weight
- Downproofing helps keep down from escaping through the face fabric
- Zip End Guard protects your chin and face
- Constructed without hand pockets to further lighten the weight
- Stuff sack included
|Weight||2.8 oz (79 g)|
|Fill weight||1.0 oz (27 g)|
|Insulation||1000 Fill Power EX Down|
|Material||7-denier Ballistic Airlight nylon ripstop (water repellent finish)|
|Compressed size||∅3.9 x 4.7 in (∅10 x 12 cm)|
|Country of origin||VIETNAM|
|Center back length||24.4 in|
Original Sewing Pattern
In simple terms, the benefits of our patented quilting pattern are straightforward construction, reduced seam weight, and improved thermal efficiency. By not forming traditional rectangular boxes or “skipping” stitches we are able to assemble garments quickly with great attention to detail. Additionally, these unique sewing lines minimize areas of fabric to fabric contact that lead to cold spots. Finally, with the use of these open channels our design promotes maximum down loft while limiting the shift of insulation.
7-denier Ballistic Airlight Nylon
We utilize some of the smallest fibers and thinnest fabrics available to achieve a highly compressible ultra-light garment. This silky 7-denier shell has the feel of cotton, but is durable enough to withstand the rigors of normal use for an insulated inner piece. Weighing in at a spartan 21 grams per square meter this highly wind resistant fabric is one of the lightest used in the outdoor industry!
Down Insulation Chart
At Montbell, we source down from both the European and Asian markets to satisfy a variety of characteristics (supply/availability, low cost, consistent quality, humane practices, etc.) and maintain our lofty standards. Every season we seek to balance the superior quality for which we are known and the lowest possible raw materials cost. We change down sourcing companies frequently to insure that our customers have access to superior products at the lowest price possible. In the course of these efforts, Montbell never purchases down from operations that practice “live-plucking” methods. We only utilize down plumes and feathers collected as a by-product of water fowl raised to meet the demands of the food industry.
We will continue to look for sources of down that maximize value to our customers and allow Montbell products to perform at the highest level.