Lightweight insulated jacket for alpine terrain
If you enjoy alpine terrain and need a lightweight insulated jacket with superb heat retention capabilities, then the Women's Nemesis TirolWool Responsive from Salewa is the right choice for you. You can wear it either on its own or as an extra layer of warmth under a hardshell jacket.
Efficient thermal performance and well thought-out details
The wind-resistant and water-repellent outer is made from ripstop nylon, which is not only soft and comfortable to wear, but is also tough and built to last. Its TiroWool Responsive fill, made from a synthetic fibre/wool blend, is particularly lightweight, highly compressible and high-performance. The wool comes from Tyrolean sheep that are accustomed to high-altitude mountain conditions. As a result, their wool has a high lanolin content, which ensures that it will still keep you warm even when wet. If this wasn’t enough, the fill contains so-called ‘Responsive’ fibres, which are infused with a mixture of thermally reactive minerals. This mixture of natural minerals absorbs the body's own heat and converts it into infrared light. This highly effective heat exchange cycle keeps your upper body warm and toasty.
In addition, the jacket is equipped with many useful features. A soft inner collar ensures plenty of comfort, while special gussets under the arms and articulated sleeves provide you with greater freedom of movement. The front zip is backed by a windproof panel, so cold air doesn't stand a chance. Elasticated hems and a drawstring on the bottom seam allow you the perfect fit as well as keeping the wind out of here, too. Two outer pockets and an inner pocket round off this jacket's well thought-out design.
An absolute must-have for your mountain adventures!
The highlights at a glance:
- Lightweight, versatile insulated jacket for mountain trips
- Tough outer increases durability
- Features Responsive technology for efficient thermal performance
- Made using Bluesign-certified fibres as a contribution to sustainability and environmental friendliness