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We review the Haglofs Rando jacket, a versatile piece of kit which has its uses all year round

Best for
Pretty much everything from leaning on the bar to layering up beneath your ski jacket
Price
£180
Quality
9
Value
8
Overall Score
10

This we really like. The Haglofs Rando is a super versatile Pertex Quantum/Pontetorto Tecnostretch jacket that you’ll be using all winter.

When its cold use it as a warm mid layer; when spring skiing is on the agenda use it as an outer layer. And when you’re not skiing it’s ideal for walking down to the bar and/or just hanging out.

The Rando combines synthetic insulation with wind-resistant stretch fleece to give a close yet flexible fit, one of the reasons it’s so versatile.

It also has good wicking properties and is extremely light and packable so you can easily chuck it in your pack as an extra layer.

Features include an effective hood with foam supported peak, a capacious zipped chest pocket and two zipped backpack compatible handwarmer pockets, articulated sleeves with shaped cuffs and thumb loops and a single hand adjustable dropped rear hem.

And not only is the Rando a really useful bit of kit it also looks good too. One to sniff out for sure.

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