The Sprayway Torridon jacket has at last been relaunched. It was first designed in the late 80s and was one of the most popular hill walking jackets available. At first glance it looks the same as it did  when Maggie introduced the Pole tax. It has seen a few updates  but essentially this jacket is still what a proper Scottish hill walking jacket should be.

Overall the jacket feels super durable thanks to the 3 layer gore tex that has the PFD-free technology and a 75 denier Recycled Polyester face fabric.

A decent wired hood with volume adjusters.

A proper zip. Not those piddly lightweight things that some manufacturers think are suitable.

The pockets are set high enough that you can use them with a harness or waist belt. The pockets are huge and can easily take a map or gloves. The back of the pocket is Gore tex, which means that even with the pocket open or stuffed full of wet gloves, you stay dry (try doing that with some of the increasing amount of jackets that have mesh lined pockets).


  • 3-layer GORE-TEX 75D PFCec FREE recycled polyester plain weave fabric offers high levels of protection
  • Grown on, fully adjustable Hill Hood with a wired peak and roll away tab feature
  • 2-way centre front zip with double storm guard
  • 2 zipped hand pockets with map shelf, 1 inner zipped stretch softshell pocket, 1 inner stretch mesh elastane bound stash pocket
  • 2-way pit zips
  • Concealed drawcord waist adjustment
  • Adjustable cuffs
  • Adjustable split hem drawcords
  • 100% recycled polyester, PTFE membrane