Mallory Classic HT RAF

£700.00

This classic Nigel Cabourn Authentic design was first introduced in the 2003 ‘Ascent of Cabourn’ collection. Based on jackets worn by the 1924 Everest expedition team, it was originally called The Sherpa and then The Tenzing after the famous Sherpa Tenzing Norgay.  The jacket was renamed The Mallory in honour of George Mallory whose body was finally recovered from the slopes of Everest by the Mallory and Irvine Research Expedition, 75 years after his fatal attempt to reach the roof of the world. All the Mallory jackets in this Classic section have been specially produced as limited edition so are true one-offs.

Made in England

Water resistant L34 Ventile® shoulder and elbow patches

Four button front opening and removable throat tab

Two large front bellow pockets with flaps, bluffed chest pocket and two internal chest pockets and a secret pocket on the inside rear vent

Union Knopf horn buttons to fasten

Fabric:
100% Wool, Harris Tweed 100% Cotton Ventile, 100% Cotton Seletia body lining, Viscose sleeve lining

Fit Advice:

Relaxed fit, semi-tailored jacket.

Explorers originally wore these jackets over layers to fit fairly snugly to the body to keep out the cold. If you want to wear in the same way with the Mallory Vest then you may need to size up

ORDERS OVER £200 (or equivalent in other currency) ARE FREE WORLDWIDE

DELIVERY IN 1-7 WORKING DAYS DEPENDING ON LOCATION

ORDERS UNDER £200 (or equivalent in other currency) costs the following:
UK - FREE
EU Countries - £5
Rest of the World - £15

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Returns Policy
All of our products are made to the highest standards and we hope that you will be happy with your purchase. However, if you are unhappy for whatever reason, we can offer either an exchange or refund of the goods provided they are returned to us within 28 days of receipt of your order, unworn, complete with all original tags, and in original and resalable condition.

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