The Volt Jacket was designed with the full 12 months of the year in mind. It is equally comfortable to wear whilst working hard high in the French Alps as it is taking it easy by a sunlit fjord in Greenland.
Montane Mens Volt Jacket Features:
POLARTEC Thermal Pro Honeycomb creates air pockets, trapping, retaining body heat and endowing the Volt with outstanding warmth without weight
Flatlocked sewn seams throughout for extra durability
Large OS map pocket with variable height YKK zip opening
Two mesh lined hand-warmer pockets clear of a backpack or climbing harness belt
Concealed zipped chest security pocket for handy essentials whilst on the move
Full length, reversed and baffled two way YKK front zip for ease of use with a backpack or climbing harness
Lycra bound hem and cuffs for a low profile
Showing our 2 Montane Mens Volt Jacket reviews with an average rating of Very Good. Would you like to write a review?
Review Summary - 4 out of
Review Date - 3rd October 2014
Looks smart for a few weeks and then the material begins to scuff and go bobbly - after 2 months mine is scruffy and a mess. Front zip comes apart at bottom. If you dont care about appearances its a brilliant fleece, very lightweight and 2nd skin (not bulky) so great under a waterproof. Seems to regulate warmth very well - neither hot nor cold. Hugely overpriced.
October 3, 2014 | Lapin
Review Date - 1st January 1970
The thing about fleeces is you need to own them sometime to see how they wear. I've worn this once. It is quite stylish and fits nicely. The pockets are large. I wore it under a light wind proof jacket and the temperature outside was 5c, and I was comfy to warm all the time. I got the jacket so I could better vent it.
January 1, 1970 | Customer
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