Leading outdoor gear innovator, Mission Workshop, has launched the Highveld Waterproof PrimaLoft Jacket as the newest addition to its Advanced Project Series.
Tailored for three-season use, the jacket draws inspiration from Mission Workshop’s deep-winter parka, the Rhite, while introducing a sleeker silhouette and seasonal versatility.
Elevating Outdoor Comfort: Highveld Waterproof PrimaLoft Jacket
Crafted from a lightweight 3-layer shell produced in Como, Italy, by the esteemed technical fabric mill Olmetex, the Highveld boasts a vapor-permeable membrane that facilitates the outward migration of excess heat and moisture.
Fully seam-sealed and treated with an environmentally friendly C0 DWR, the jacket efficiently repels elements and sheds light rain for rapid drying.
The Highveld features 80g PrimaLoft Gold Active+ insulation, creating a precise climate control system for optimal body temperature regulation in cold climates.
With a two-way front zipper for on-the-move ventilation and easy packability for travel, the jacket prioritizes practicality.
Additional features include a 3-panel hood, adjustable cuffs and hem, and multiple storage options with exterior chest and handwarmer pockets, as well as internal zip and mesh pockets.
The Highveld Waterproof PrimaLoft Jacket is available at an MSRP of $585, offering outdoor enthusiasts a blend of cutting-edge technology and functional design.
Images courtesy of Mission Workshop
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