M Integral Designs Dolomitti Jacket REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
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The Integral Designs Dolomitti Jacket is a lightweight 1.5-pound cold weather synthetic parka. It works well when belaying in the cold, hanging around camp, or spending a freezing night in a bivouac. While it can be layered under a roomy shell, its water-resistant and windproof Pertex shell and roomy cut make throwing it on outside of a shell a good, and convenient, option. The Integral Designs Dolomitti Jacket has many usable features including reinforced shoulders, elbows, and pocket covers, one-handed drawcords, generous pockets, and a warm, zip-off hood that can accommodate a climbing helmet or cinch down to a small breathing hole. The Integral Designs Dolomitti Jacket is perfect for cold, humid environments and is well constructed.
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- Garment Style
- Fabric Description
- Insulation Description
- Other Features
- Model Year
- Storm Resistance
- Recommendations for Improvement
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