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  • gore-tex®


  • Climbing - Mountaineering
  • Running - Fitness
  • Trekking - Travel


Weight:  560 g



    • Men's waterproof jacket
    • GORE-TEX DWR polyester fabric with 3-layer PFCec Free with Twill construction, soft to the touch; membrane 28K / <9 RET
    • Center front with zip, hand pockets with zip, breast pocket with zip
    • Underarm opening with zip for ventilation and access to garments worn underneath
    • Hood with visor and tight band on the front finished with elastic and with rear adjustment
    • Adjustable cuffs with velcro
    • Bottom with regulation
    • The ideal garment for all dynamic outdoor activities, mountaineering and climbing

    Weight: 0.56 kg


    Primary texture

    GORE-TEX® PRODUCT with PFCec FREE DWR: 3-layer polyester fabric (164 g / m2) with Twill construction, extremely soft to the touch, designed to offer great comfort. It provides excellent water resistance (28,000 mm of water column), excellent breathability (RET <9), dries quickly and is easy to clean. It offers high wear resistance and guarantees permanent waterproofing. It is treated with the special PFCec FREE DWR water-repellent finish, which ensures the absence of fluorinated compounds harmful to the environment.

    Secondary texture

    PFC FREE CLOTHING. Traditional rain jackets repel water through synthetic compounds known as PFCs (perfluorocarbons). PFCs have been used for many years as Durable Water Repellent (DWR), surface treatments of outdoor clothing, equipment and footwear. This finishing helps waterproof materials to repel water and impurities. Without this invisible barrier, water and dirt would pass through the layers giving a damp and wet feeling, drastically reducing comfort. The chemical bond formed between fluorine and carbon, found in PFCs, is one of the strongest chemical bonds known to date: for this reason, PFC does not degrade rapidly in the environment; traces of it have been found that can be accumulated in animals and also in humans. This problem, concerning the accumulation of this compound, can cause various effects on human health and the ecosystem and has been the reason for multiple discussions between groups of environmentalists and outdoor clothing companies. A key element in the persistence of PFC in the environment is the length of its chemical structure, or the number of carbon atoms in the structure. Historically, outdoor apparel industries have used long-chain structured PFC (referred to as "C8"). In response to concerns about the environmental impact of PFC, major chemical manufacturers have developed shorter-chain compounds (example C6), which may be less persistent. Montura has replaced the DWR used in the entire outdoor clothing and footwear collection, with the safer C6. That said, the C6 DWR can still be dangerous for the environment and most companies, including Montura, are committed to finding healthier alternatives for the ecosystem: for this reason, DWR PFC FREE treatments have been developed. All brands in the outdoor sector are aware that DWR alternatives without PFC do not have the same durability and performance of the previous C6 and C8. Montura has selected the most performing DWR PFC FREE versions available to date for its products. A PFC garment free * is intentionally made with materials free from water-repellent treatments based on PFC compounds (perfluorocarbons). The external fabrics are treated with an eco-friendly water-repellent finish, PFC-free: it is a non-fluorinated plant-based treatment that guarantees lasting water repellency and is produced with 60 percent renewable raw materials. * The product may contain traces of it.








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