Women’s Mountain Shirt

The Buffalo Mountain Shirt is an award winning design classic and we are flattered that it is probably one of the most copied outdoor garments.

Tested for over 30 years in the most hostile conditions it is highly respected by all that use it.

Features
  • Classic Pertex┬« shell
  • AquaTherm pile lining
  • Windproof to 50mph
Available colours
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A single layer garment which is ideal for a multitude of outdoor uses including winter hill walking, trekking, winter climbing and general outdoor activities.

Used by Mountain Rescue teams and outdoor professionals.

This garment works most efficiently when worn next to the skin.

Sizing is important as the shirt should be close fitting but not restrictive.

  • Teclite lined internal storm baffles on neck and side zips
  • Touch-and-close adjustment tabs
  • Touch-and-close attachment on collar for hood (available separately)
  • Scooped back 10cm longer than front
  • Hand warmer pocket
  • Large front map pocket
  • Rucsac hip belt can be fastened through hand warmer pocket
  • Tape and buckle waist adjuster
  • Eight ventilation controls on each shirt including two-way side zips
Sizes: 32 / 34 / 36 / 38 / 40 / 42
Weight: 560g

 

Women’s Mountain Shirt 32 34 36 38 40
Chest Measurement 32″
81.5cm
34″
86cm
36″
91.5cm
38″
96.5cm
40″
101.5cm
Inside Arm 21″
53.5cm
21″
53.5cm
21″
53.5cm
21″
53.5cm
21″
53.5cm
Neck 16″
40.5cm
17″
43cm
18″
45.5cm
19″
48.5cm
19″
48.5cm
Shirt Back Length 29.5″
75cm
30″
76cm
30″
76cm
30″
76cm
30″
76cm
Shirt Front Length 27″
68.5cm
27″
68.5cm
27″
68.5cm
27″
68.5cm
27″
68.5cm

 

 

All measurements are approximate. Buffalo Systems Limited reserve the right to amend any specifications in the interests of improving our products.


2 Reviews

  1. Amanda says:

    A friend brought this back from the UK to Canada after raving how great they would be for any outdoor activity in our extreme winters. I was actually surprised with how warm this jacket was when we were out ice climbing and how quickly the shell dries when wet (we got drenched from a melting waterfall that we were climbing one day).

    As soon as the temps drop to below 0, I break it out. The only downside I find to the jacket is when I wear a long sleeve shirt the sleeves on the jacket itself snag and bunch up and I have to re-adjust my sleeve/the jacket. Great if you keep moving at our winter Temps (-20 below) but once you stop moving, the chill sets in.
    I wish we could get these over here so I could try the warmer ones

  2. Adam says:

    Hi Amanda
    Great to hear the top works for you. They are designed to be worn next to the skin, so try it without the base layer. This will make it easier to put on, but more importantly, it will most probably stop that chilling, as it’s the moisture getting trapped in the base layer that is making you chill. Of course at -20c we would always advice popping on something like an Alpine or Belay Jacket over the top to keep warm.
    Enjoy though.
    Regards
    The Buffalo Team.

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