The Mountain Equipment Aerofoil Jacket is a superlight, over the head hooded softshell. An extremely versatile jacket as this one piece can be used for a variety of activity uses.
Constructed from Exolite 45, a double weaved 20 denier softshell providing high wind resistance. It features an elastane bound mountain hood which can accommodate a helmet if required and has a rear adjuster for a closer fit. The zipped Napoleon chest pocket is a handy place to keep valuables safe in and this also doubles up as a stuff sack for easy packing. The stuff sack comes with twin karabiner loops so it can be carried on a harness or it can be quickly clipped to the outside of a pack. Active fitting and articulated sleeves allow unrestricted movement. A single hem drawcord ensures a tight seal combined with the elasticated cuffs.
Mountain Equipment Aerofoil Jacket Features
- Exolite 45 stretch double weave 20D softshell
- Elastane bound mountain hood with rear adjuster
- Articulated sleeves
- YKK deep venting front zip
- 1 Napoleon zipped chest pocket
- Elastane bound cuffs
- Single hem drawcord
- Packs into own Napoleon pocket with twin krab carry loops
Mountain Equipment Men's Jacket/Shirt
Your Body Measurements in Inches:
|Small||38 - 40"||30"|
|Medium||40 - 42"||32"|
|Large||42 - 44"||34"|
|XL||44 - 46"||36"|
Customer Reviews of Mountain Equipment Aerofoil Jacket (Summer 19)
Despite being one of the simplest garments that Mountain Equipment make, this Aerofoil hooded windproof is also one of the best! A tiny pack size (it stores in its own Napoleon pocket) and minimal weight means you can always justify having it with you, no matter how stripped-down you're going. Having a hood means you can snug it up high around your neck on those evenings when the temperature drops just as you're heading home... And, despite being gossamer-light, the incredibly tight weave of this lightweight fabric means the garment helps you store an impressive amount of heat - way more than you'd ever imagine for a garment of this type! Highly recommended; this has become a 'standard' piece of equipment in my pack.