The Talini uses innovative PrimaLoft® Silver ThermoPlume® insulation – the best synthetic mimic of down available – to produce a jacket with all of down’s benefits, but without any of its downsides (pun fully intended).
- Similar warmth to weight ratio to 600FP down
- Insulation retains 90% of its warmth when wet
- Uses incredibly packable synthetic down plumes
The hydrophobic PrimaLoft® plumes don’t lose their structure when wet like down, so the jacket will still insulate in damp climates. The synthetic fill also retains around 90% of its warmth when wet, is fast drying and super easy to care for. Take a shower in it if you really want to. It’s also a great down alternative if you prefer not to use animal products.
Offering a similar warmth to weight ratio to 600 fill power down, the plumes are stored within baffles to keep the insulation lofted and evenly distributed. Easily compressible, the jacket can be squeezed neatly into a 3 litre Airlok, ready to be yanked out on Munro-bagging and Wainwright-ticking lunch stops.
The windproof outer fabric is made from 100% recycled nylon and treated with a PFC-free water repellent to shrug off light rain, hail and snow showers. Effective as an outer layer, it can also be worn as a mid layer underneath shells when the wet and wind-chill start to set in.
- Uses PrimaLoft® Silver ThermoPlume®, the best synthetic down alternative available
- ThermoPlume® dries quickly and retains around 90% of its insulating ability when wet
- Synthetic plumes have a warmth to weight ratio roughly equivalent to 600 fill power down
- Synthetic plumes provide lots of loft and are incredibly compressible for packing
- Outer fabric is fully windproof and treated with a PFC-free DWR for weather resistance
- Zipped handwarmer pockets and internal chest pocket for valuables
Fabric: 100% recycled nylon / 40gsm 20D
Fill: 155g of PrimaLoft® Silver ThermoPlume® with Cross Core Technology (Size 12)
DWR: PFC-free C0 DWR treated
Product Care Information
Wash at 30°C on a synthetics cycle and wipe spillages (ketchup, hot chocolate dribbles) clean with a damp, non-abrasive cloth. Do not store compressed, especially damp, and tumble dry after washing for best results. It is normal for the insulation to clump if it is still damp, pat gently to re-distribute fill after drying fully.
Looking after your DWR treatment
To keep your jacket’s water repellent treatment in tip-top condition, wash it regularly in pure soap or a ‘Tech Wash’ cleaner. You may also need to refresh the treatment about once or twice a year (depending on usage) using a wash-in or spray-on reproofer. Easy!
For the Talini's fabric we've chosen a 100% recycled nylon fabric from post-industrial sources. Leftover matter from nylon production and fabric scraps from the cutting process are remade into brand new nylon fabric!
PFC-free Durable Water Repellent
The Talini uses a completely PFC-free DWR treatment on its outer fabric. PFCs are potentially harmful and have been found to build up in the environment. We don't like the sound of that so we're working hard to get rid of them.
|Women's down jacket sizing chart|
|This size chart indicates the body measurements our garments are designed to fit. Measure yourself as described below, and use the size chart to find your size.
Chest: measure around your chest at the widest part. The tape measure should pass under your arms, and be level from front to back.
Waist: measure around your waist at the narrowest part.
Hips: standing with your feet together, measure around your hips at the widest part.