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Polartec Power Stretch Pro proven in the Arctic

June 26, 2014

The Revolution is exactly the kind of fleece jacket that works well in the Arctic, making it by default a jacket suitable for any winter or cold activity. The warm and hardwearing Power Stretch Pro fleece means it lasts well and provides all the insulation I need when sled hauling at −40ºC, and the stretch allows a hugging fit but with no restriction of movement. Great fit, useful pockets, minimalist design – typical Mont attention to detail.

Eric Philips

Mont Ambassador Eric Philips in the Arctic wearing Mont Revolution Jacket and shellwear

Women’s Revolution Jacket available in Calypso/Winter White and Black/Winter White.
Men’s Revolution Jacket available in Seaport/Carbon and Black/Carbon

Mont Revolution Jacket. Polartec Power Stretch Pro

Polartec Power Stretch Pro

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