Arc'teryx Procline Hybrid Hooded Jacket - Men's

Arc'teryx Procline Hybrid Hooded Jacket - Men's
Arc'teryx Procline Hybrid Hooded Jacket - Men's
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Procline Hybrid Hooded Jacket - Men's by Arc'teryx
The Arc'teryx Men's Procline Hybrid Hooded Jacket was designed for high aerobic ascents in demanding alpine environments. In order to deliver the best efficiency in climates where moisture and thermal management can be the difference between success and failure, Arc'teryx employed a hybrid mapping construction in the Procline, which places a 20-denier nylon shell throughout the body along with a moisture-wicking grid fleece fabric through the front, back, sides, and hood of the jacket. Polartec Power Stretch side panels maximize mobility whether you're skiing, ice climbing, or working your way up a mixed route. The jacket has a trim fit, which puts a premium on movement and minimal bulk, allowing the jacket to be comfortably layered under a shell when the weather takes a turn for the worse.

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SKU: ARC00BL
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