‘Heavy but oddly effective in the right conditions, the Keela Munro is the brick-style Volvo of waterproof jackets in a heavy and outdated sort of way’
Outdoors Magic: Feature rich, protective feel, okay breathability, warm and with a reasonable hood.
Outdoors Tragic: Improbably heavy, huge, odd, bat-wing cut, hard-to-use pit-zips.
Outdoors Grabbit? The fabric system, though heavy, doesn’t do too badly if you run cool, but the design and cut are seriously outdated, or if you prefer, ‘traditional’. It’s protective all right, but it feels clunky and cumbersome compared to contemporary jackets. And it’s phenomenally heavy, over 1000g for a medium, which means it’s essentially an all-day jacket. All that and it’s relatively expensive too.
Heavyweight winter mountain jacket / System Dual Protection fabric / 4-way adjustable roll-away hood / chin-guard / reinforced shoulder panels / two zipped chest-pockets / map-pocket / fleece-lined zipped hand-warmer pockets / detachable snow skirt / 2-way front zipper with double storm flap / adjustable hood, waist, cuffs and hem.
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