Monfuego is a line of reversible ultra light down jackets built on a love for the great outdoors.

When we think about great outdoor clothing brands, we look for four things: affordability, durability, comfort and style. The last of these often tend to be the hardest to find. For this reason we created Monfuego, making you look and feel in style as you take on the great outdoors.  

We have also made a commitment to create positive social impact in this world, focusing our efforts on global poverty alleviation. Our adventure is just beginning. We hope you’ll join us!


Tired of the unimaginative, we created a reversible ultra light down jacket for both men and women. One side of the jacket has a solid color and the other presents a wide variety of patterns to suit customers every need. Pattern examples include deers, camouflage, retro geometric shapes and even mountains. In turn the designs present a sense of class and coolness to them making you look and feel in style as you take on the great outdoors.


Instead of trying to make your life perfect, give yourself the freedom to make it an adventure! From climbing to hiking, rafting, cycling, horse riding, skiing, stargazing and so much more: these are just some of the phenomenal ways you can use your Monfuego for your next adventure.  We hope that you share your next adventure on our Instagram account (@monfuego) where users share their pictures from their adventures around the world.


Monfuego was inspired during our travels in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. “Mon” comes from the Spanish word for Mountain; “Montaña”, and “Fuego” is Spanish for Fire.  Tierra del Fuego, Spanish for “Land of Fire”, is an archipelago off the southernmost tip of the South American mainland, across the Strait of Magellan.

It was Ferdinand Magellan, the great sailor and explorer, who discovered these land in 1520 and named the region “Land of Fire,” after seeing volcanoes actively spewing flames and fires from the local Yaghan people who kept them lit to keep themselves warm. Tierra del Fuego is also where the Andes mountains emerge from a raging sea where the Atlantic Ocean clashes with the Pacific Ocean at Cape Horn. It is in these great lands where we came up with the idea for Monfuego; “The end of the world, The beginning of everything.”