The Sherpa Nangpala Jacket is a down blend insulated jacket that provides a good amount of warmth, even when wet. Features a unique printed liner inspired by Himalayas.
Sherpa Adventure Gear says:
The Nangpala Jacket will keep you warm and dry in the most challenging of conditions. Insulated with PrimaLoft® Silver, a revolutionary fabric which dries four times faster than down, water-resistant and able to retain 95% of its warmth if it does get wet, the jackets micro-grid, ripstop shell is woven especially tightly so that no feathers can escape. This garment is easily compressible and comes with its own stuff sack for transport when not being worn and a low profile media system with earbud guides and a media port means you can stay connected wherever you go.
The glaciated pass at Nangpa La (18,753 ft/5,716m) is the main trading route between the Tibetans and Sherpas of the Khumbu. This important pass is located West of Cho Oyu and separates the Khumbu and Rolwaling Himalayas.
Sherpas Nangpala Down Jacket is insulated with the unique PrimaLoft Silver 750 which is a blend of 60% down and 40% PrimaLoft Silver, which provides a good amount of warmth, even when wet. It's highly compressible for such a warm jacket which makes it an ideal throw -on layer for alpine climbing, trekking, or backpacking.
It features two lined hand warmer pockets and one generous sized chest pocket. The cuffs have elasticated edges and the hem has a pull-cord adjustment for keeping out the cold.
It has a unique printed liner which is inspired by the Himalayas and pays tribute to their heritage.
- Reviewed by BasecampGear
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