NEWS | Montane Release Sustainable Pac Plus XT Range


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British clothing brand Montane has released the new Pac Plus XT range as part of the recent AW21 collection. Consisting of a waterproof jacket and pants, the Pac Plus XT range is constructed from 100% recycled GORE-TEX PACLITE® PLUS technology, with sustainability firmly in mind.

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With waterproof, breathable, and lightweight qualities, the range will keep you dry this autumn/winter, with no compromise on your comfort.   The jacket boasts features including a helmet hood, three pockets, and pit zips, while the pants offer articulated knees and an elasticated waist with adjustable drawcord, amongst other features.

The range is available in both men’s and women’s and is perfect for high-paced mountain activities.  

Montane Women’s Pac Plus XT Waterproof Jacket (Also available in men’s) RRP £240

Using 100% recycled GORE-TEX PACLITE® PLUS technology, the Pac Plus XT Jacket balances low weight and packability whilst still being rich in mountain features such as a helmet hood, 3 pockets and pit zips which can be used for venting when working hard climbing, scrambling or mountain walking.

Montane Women’s Pac Plus XT Waterproof Pants (also available in men’s) RRP £160

Using tough 150 Denier GORE-TEX PACLITE® PLUS technology coupled with SCHOELLER® KEPROTEC® KEVLAR® insteps, the Pac Plus XT Pants balance high performance and technical features with lightweight packability, making them ideal for fast and light mountaineering and mountain walking.  

See the full Montane Pac Plus range.

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