First post to the group! I am looking into a lightweight down mid-layer jacket for low-altitude hiking in weather that rarely gets below 25* - 30*. I have narrowed it down to the Montane Anti-Freeze down piece. Performance/fit/cautionary tales, whatever. Any input is appreciated.
Loc: Portland, OR
I, too own a piece of Montbell down apparel, but in my case it's the Ex Lite sweater which is designed for somewhat milder temps than 25 degrees. I can say that it is a well-made piece of clothing and was well-priced in comparison to its competition. I am quite happy with it. (Oh, and Montbell sizes run just a tad snug in my experience.)
Unfortunately, I know nothing about the Montane item being inquired about and can say nothing useful in regard to it.
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