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We put the Down Light Jacket from Norwegian outdoor company Bergans to the test.
Price
£170
Quality
10
Comfort
10
Value
8
Performance
10
Overall Score
10
+
Super comfortable
Michelin man looks!

The Down Light Jacket from Bergans is designed to be used under a shell, but the windproof and water-repellent Pertex Quantum outer material as well as the good looks make it a suitable contender for après ski use.

As the name suggests, the Down Light feels light when worn and the slightly loose cut helps with articulation meaning that the jacket never feels overly stifling.

The brushed fleece collar comes up nice and high and adds to the overall feeling of comfort and quality and the 70g of 700 fill power 90/10 down cossets you in an envelope of warmth.

When the going gets tough and things hot up the jacket can be quickly and easily stowed away in one of its two front pockets for easy transportation, either in your luggage or daypack.

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