Salewa Agner DST men’s minimalist, hooded mountain softshell jacket in tough, recycled Durastretch – engineered in the Dolomites for alpine climbing in variable conditions.
Extensively tested by the SALEWA® athlete team on the Cima Grande North Face and around the Dolomites, the Agner is a men’s Durastretch jacket built for climbing in spring, summer and autumn when you want windproof water resistance in an active cut and durable stretch fabric with full functionality.
Designed with free-motion patterning – i.e. cut to prevent hem lift when raising your arms above your head for high, stretch moves, the Agner ensures unrestricted freedom of movement. The close-fitting hood and integrated collar fit neatly under your helmet, and the elasticated cuffs and waistline drawcord create a streamlined fit. As you would expect, the clean, athletic design works well under a harness.
Made from tough, rock-resistant Durastretch, a stretch-woven softshell fabric with additional elastane that gives good breathability and moisture management on warm walk-ins and long, multi-pitch routes to keep you moving fast and light. In addition, it’s made of recycled nylon and has a PFC-free DWR (durable water repellent) finish as part of our commitment to making more sustainable products.
The two large, zipped, slash hand pockets are positioned high enough to remain accessible when wearing a pack belt or harness – and can accommodate even the largest map, guidebook, or topo. There’s also a small zip-secure patch pocket on the sleeve.
A tough mountain softshell with a trim, climbing-specific fit.
Free motion patterning ensures no hem-lift while climbing
2 slash pockets
Patch pocket on the sleeve
Elastic hem adjustment system with cord locks