CAMP down jackets - Essential line

CAMP 's Essential line of duvets comes from the long experience gained in the sleeping bag sector. Over the years the range has expanded and today offers different models for all activities and for everyday life.

Let's start talking about the materials that are used and their peculiar characteristics.


Real down is the best insulation found in nature. The down flake allows for exceptional insulation for the same weight and volume. The NN / NN indication respectively expresses the percentage by weight of flock / feathers used (example: 90/10 = 90% flock, 10% feathers). Filling Power (cuin = cubic inches) is the ability of the feather to swell and retain air; in general, the higher the filling power value, the better the quality and insulation of the down used. Our garments are made with goose down, the best in terms of weight and volume, or duck down whose bow, although slightly smaller, maintains excellent performance.


Synthetic padding that thanks to its construction and the special water repellent treatment guarantees warmth even in conditions of high humidity. PrimaLoft® Silver is also extremely light, soft and breathable, ensuring absolute freedom of movement, maximum comfort and great compactability of the garments.

RDS certification

CAMP supports the Responsible Down Standard in its use of down and feathers. The down and feathers used as thermal insulators in the products on the market come from all over the world. The objective of the Responsible Down Standard is to guarantee the best living conditions for the geese and ducks from which the precious raw material comes. A stringent chain of controls ensures that down and feathers come only from animals that have not been mistreated: this contributes both to the welfare of the birds and to the confidence of shopkeepers and customers in responsible consumption.

DWR treatment

The DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment guarantees the water repellency of a fabric: this means that the drops of water, once in contact with the treated fabric, slide off on the surface without impregnating it. CAMP , with a view to maximum corporate responsibility and continuous improvement of its products, has adopted a C0 treatment (without fluorocarbons, PFC free), with indisputable advantages both for the environment and for humans: a new way to go respecting ourselves, the mountains we frequent and all the nature we love. The C0 treatment is already present on all garments and will also be present on all newly produced sleeping bags, progressively available as stocks run out.

Hitex Evo

Windproof fabric in super light and compressible Nylon Ripstop, calendered * to make it downproof without the use of coating. This ensures that Araneum has an exceptional degree of breathability; the DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment also makes the fabric water repellent. A "must" of the Essential line.
Lightweight and water-repellent Nylon Ripstop fabric thanks to the DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment, it is also characterized by a coating that makes it waterproof and at the same time breathable. Stain-resistant and easy to wash treatment.

Nivix Evo

The fabric of the Essential line for more technical uses, where stresses and wear are greater. The Nivix Evo is in extremely resistant Nylon Ripstop, in a mixed yarn that ensures strength and a relatively low weight, while the DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment gives the fabric excellent water repellency. In addition to being downproof, the Nivix Evo guarantees excellent waterproofing and breathability thanks to the internal coating.


Elastic fabric characterized by a perfect fit, which guarantees an excellent fit and full freedom of movement with a low weight. Thanks to its sturdy construction, it is able to maintain its shape and last a long time, while the WR (Water Repellent) treatment makes the fabric water repellent.


Lightweight, breathable and calendered * Nylon fabric to make it downproof without the use of coating. Used as a lining on all our garments.

* CALENDERING: finishing process that is carried out by subjecting the fabric to a strong compression between two preheated surfaces that crush and bring the fibers together. A calendered fabric is more durable, breathable and downproof.