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Gift Idea: Invest in a premium waterproof jacket with £50 off

Developed for use on Alpine ascents and Scottish Winter climbs, the new Montane Alpine Endurance eVent® jacket £300 can handle the most extreme mountain conditions.
The foundation its performance rests on is the breathable, waterproof and durable nylon-faced eVent® fabric it's made from. Next is the attention to cut and design. The tailoring prevents arm lift raising the hem when you are reaching high and the articulated arms prevent seams constricting round the elbows and biceps.
Then there are the components and details. This is where our inner gear freak comes out to play. We can wax lyrical about the fine 12-13 stitch count on all the seams; the way the core body vents are angled for under-arm comfort and to work in conjunction with a pack; the colour matched 13mm micro-taped seams to maximise breathable surface area.
This jacket exudes quality and considered design that can only be fully appreciated in the flesh. So we'd recommend coming to see us and letting us show you the "ratchet cuffs", the A-line pockets with their integral rain drains and the water resistant YKK zips. What's more if you quote BLOG50 when you are in our Peebles store you will receive £50 OFF the full purchase price of £300 between 14th and 24th December only- while stocks last.

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