Mammut Miva Light Down Jacket - Women's

Mammut Miva Light Down Jacket - Women's
Mammut Miva Light Down Jacket - Women's
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Miva Light Down Jacket - Women's by Mammut
When temperatures drop or icy winds start to blow when you're out in alpine environments, the Mammut Women's Miva Light Down Jacket offers a crucial layer of warmth with minimal bulk that you can pull on or layer under a shell. This insulating jacket offers toasty 850-fill down warmth while weighing in at only 10. 6 ounces, and packs down into its own inner stash pocket so you can easily stuff it in your pack and carry it with you for protection against foul or frigid conditions. You can quickly cinch down the jacket's one-hand drawcord hem for a protective, snug fit, and access the inside of the jacket or ventilate from the top or bottom with the two-way front zipper. A high collar provides ample neck protection, and the baffled construction keeps the down fill in place for consistent all-over warmth. The jacket's super-light ripstop Pertex fabric is durable as well as wind- and water-resistant so it stands up to hard use and guards against moisture and windchill so you stay warm in variable conditions.

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SKU: MAM0873
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