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At just 70 grams and packing small enough to carry in the palm of your hand, this ultra light jacket provides maximum wind protection with no compromise on weight. Essential emergency equipment, lightweight summer jacket and windproof.
The perfect partner for ultra events or high intensity aerobic activities in cool, windy conditions, the Salomon S-LAB Light Jacket takes lightness to another level. Weighing just 70g you will hardly notice you are wearing or carrying the S-LAB Light jacket and packing down small enough to carry in the palm of your hand means this is a handy jacket to carry with on any outing.
It's important to note that this jacket is not a waterproof, it won't pass your kit check at the mountain ultras or indeed our own races, however when a waterproof is too much, this is the perfect alternative taking up a tiny amount of pack space and at 70g, very little extra weight. Windproofs are essential in the mountains or hills, whatever the weather and this jacket prevents a runner from being caught out for almost no extra load. It's weight also makes it extremely comfortable to wear.
FeaturesFully windproof CLIMAWIND™ material
Full length Zip for easy/quick on and off
Reflective branding – front & rear for added visibility
Packs down very small for easy carriage
Ideal for trail running, mountaineering & outdoor activities in cool/windy weather
Active fit jacket – unrestricted movement
CENTURION REVIEW/ WHY THIS PRODUCT?
When the conditions leave you wondering whether to wear long or short sleeves or when you are simply headed on a long run and want to pack light without compromising on protection, this is the answer. As this jacket isn't a waterproof it might be overlooked by many as superflous to requirements. The beauty of it is that it weighs just 70g and can quickly be removed and stashed in any waist belt/ vest/ pack pocket, however full. It even compresses small enough to fit in the pocket of a UD Fastdraw handheld. This is the no nonsense answer to that eternal struggle over how many layers to head out of the door with.