Wednesday, 11 May 2016 11:55

Travelling Light with the new Runbold Range from Mammut Featured

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If you need light and extremely packable gear, then the new Runbold range from Mammut may be just for you.

Runbold Guide HS Jacket [£230] [pictured right]: Gore-Tex® 2-layer, waterproof jacket with a very small packing volume meaning you can take it anywhere. It has an Optimum 3-point, adjustable hood, which can be secured using a small hook. One zipped chest pocket, two, zipped hand pockets, a spray proof, 2-way front zip, underarm zip for ventilation, pre-shaped sleeves with Velcro cuffs and adjustable hem complete the package.


Runbold Light IS Jacket [£185] [pictured below]: lightweight, water-resistant, insulated, reversible jacket. The jacket can be stowed away in it’s side pocket and is filled with 40g Primaloft Silver [Sport]. Hand storage with the zipped chest pocket and two zipped hand packets and striped, elastic cuffs and hem, this really is a versatile, take-it-anywhere layer.

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Runbold Light Pants [£75] [pictured below] ideal companion for fast and technically demanding hikes, these super lightweight pants can be stowed in the left leg. With 2 – and 4-way stretch fabric and gusset crotch, there is good freedom of movement and to top it all they have pre-shaped knees, three pockets, are fast-drying, breathable and have an adjustable hem.

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Stockist info: 01625 508218;

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