Mt Whitney Jacket


Regular Price: $349.95

Special Price: $279.95


Sizing Chart:

XSmall Motion 35 Small/Medium Motion 35 Medium/Large Motion 60 Small/Medium Motion 60 Medium/Large
Torso Length 16-18.5 inches 18-21 inches 16-18.5 inches 18-21 inches
Waist 28-46 inches 31 to 46 inches 28-46 inches 31 to 46 inches
Volume 37 L 38 L 59 L 60 L
Weight 1.48 lb 1.53 lb 2.59 lb 2.72 lb
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Regular Price: $349.95

Special Price: $279.95

Quick Overview

The NuDown Ulaar is the first shell featuring Nobletek's adjustable warmth and boasts a 4-way stretch external fabric.
Mt Whitney Jacket


The Mt. Whitney jacket features Nobletek's adjustable warmth and boasts a 4-way stretch polyester shell and a charcoal bamboo liner. With fully taped seams and a double slider water resistant rubberized zipper this shell is ready for anything, anytime, anywhere.
You can check out the kickstarter project here: View Kickstarter Page >

Every Ulaar comes with the Dry Air Pump for endless inflating and deflating for ultimate adjustability for any temperature and condition.

Size: X Small Small Medium Large X Large 2X Large 3X Large
Chest (30-33.5) (35-37.5) (38-40.5) (41-44.5) (45-48.5) (49-52.5) (52-55.5)
Waist (27-30.5) (30-33.5) (34-36.5) (37-40.5) (41-43.5) (44-48.5) (48-51.5)
Hips (35-38) (39-41) (42-44) (46-49) (51-54) (54-57) (57-59)

Measurements in inches

* Measurements are based on a fully inflated vest. This is how a vest will fit when it is fully inflated. For a tight fit,
chose size based on exact measurements. For a relaxed or comfortable fit, choose one size up.



Weight/Mass: (Medium) 31 oz / 878 g
Fabric: 50D 4-way stretch polyester shell & bamboo charcoal ultra wicking liner
includes: Dry Air Pump
Warranty: Limited Lifetime


Customer Reviews

outside the box design Review by deacon
the hood has a sewn in brim, it's like wearing a small tent. the zipper is like none i've seen before, almost wet suit like sealing. thumb sleeve cuffs, have made me a fan. (Posted on 10/26/15)

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