Arc'teryx Kyanite Fleece Jacket - Men's

Arc'teryx Kyanite Fleece Jacket - Men's
Arc'teryx Kyanite Fleece Jacket - Men's
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Kyanite Fleece Jacket - Men's by Arc'teryx
The incredibly versatile Arc'teryx Men's Kyanite Fleece Jacket is an ideal option for everything from climbing big walls in the fall to scoring epic powder days in spring. This streamlined fleece offers lightweight warmth and total mobility, making it ideal for high-output activities, whether you layer it under a shell or wear it as a standalone piece. Polartec Power Stretch Pro traps heat and stretches effortlessly to keep up with your movements when you're skiing, hiking, or climbing. It manages moisture to keep heat-robbing moisture from leaving you cold and clammy, and it also breathes exceptionally well to keep you from overheating during arduous ascents. And don't worry about the occasional brush with granite or bark--a nylon face adds abrasion-resistance for extra dependability. The hand pockets sit high on your torso so you can access them while wearing a backpack or harness.

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SKU: ARC00PB
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