A lightweight jacket designed for climbers for use in harsh alpine environments using a specially developed durable, lightweight waterproof and highly breathable eVent DValpine fabric.
Lightweight, waterproof, and exceptionally breathable, the Muztag DV Jacket is designed for climbers in harsh alpine environments and Scottish winter conditions.
The Muztag DV uses our specially developed eVent® Waterproof Technology DValpine™ 3L, a durable and highly breathable fabric with a soft to the touch jersey backer for added comfort when worn over a t-shirt or baselayer. Essential features include a helmet-compatible hood with a full wired peak, alongside zipped, bellowed chest pockets that are accessible when wearing a harness, as well as pit zips and anti-snag hook and loop adjustable cuffs. A fleece lined chin guard and back neck, plus a front zip with internal storm flap round out this technical climber's jacket, which is cut in a regular fit to accommodate layering.
Designed to withstand tough conditions, the Muztag DV Jacket is a lightweight waterproof jacket that offers sanctuary from the elements with welcome comfort and breathability.
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Rab's Muztag DV Jacket is in a whole other ball park to the Muztag Jacket, in fact it actually takes over from Rab's popular Bergen Jacket so don't let the name fool you.
The DV in the name stands for the DValpine fabric that's been used - this is the top end of the eVent fabrics (similar to what Gore-Tex Pro is to Gore-Tex fabrics). It's waterproofing and breathability for a jacket this light is excellent and the slight stretch to it makes it ideal for climbing.
If you are trying to compare it with the Ladakh DV Jacket you will notice it's hydrostatic head and MVTR are the same, but it's a lighter, slightly shorter length and more technical jacket aimed at the climbing market because of it's stretch and high pockets that accommodate a harness.
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