The Montane Volt Shirt is a technical fleece that provides excellent warmth-for-weight value. The honeycomb fabric is comfortable to wear and durable.
Zoned year-round jersey fleece.
Engineered and styled to within an inch of its life the Volt Jacket has been designed to work hard for its money. The real hero is the fabric. Polartec Thermal Pro has a 100% polyester velour pebbled or shearling surface that creates air pockets trapping air and retaining body heat providing outstanding warmth without weight.
The Volt Jacket was designed with the full 12 months of the year in mind. As comfortable whilst working hard high in the French Alps as it is taking it easy by a sunlit fjord in Greenland.
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Thermal Pro has excellent warmth to weight ratio so this Montane jacket is going to be among the warmest fleeces for this weight. As a rule for backpacking fleece is quite heavy to carry better options are Primaloft or Down insulated garments - but fleece is more comfortable and easier to wear if you`re buying for travel `by any means`.
Styling is brilliant and the face of the fabric has a faint honeycombe pattern which is - frankly - attractive! One pocket has two zip pulls so you can pull up or down for closure there are two opposing pullers which allow you to vary the position of the opening.
I`ve now been wearing mine virtually constantly for 3 or 4 months - I really like it because the stretch panels down the sides provide only slightly less warmth than the rest of the jacket - some bi fabric garments can have cold spots where the fabrics aren`t well matched.
- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear
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