Black Diamond First Light Insulated Hooded Jacket - Men's

Black Diamond First Light Insulated Hooded Jacket - Men's
Black Diamond First Light Insulated Hooded Jacket - Men's
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First Light Insulated Hooded Jacket - Men's by Black Diamond
The Black Diamond Men's First Light Insulated Hooded Jacket provides lightweight, active warmth. The stretch Schoeller face fabric adds durability and breathability while keeping the weight low, while NanoSphere technology repels water, dirt, and oil for long-lasting use. The First Light Jacket is insulated with PrimaLoft Silver Insulation Active for consistent warmth, even through the start and stop cycle of alpine climbing and backcountry skiing. When the snow begins to fall, pull the adjustable hood over your helmet for extra weather protection. The weather-ready construction of this jacket ensures that it retains its warmth, even when wet. A minimalist elastic cuff and low profile, single-adjust hem keeps weight down while sealing out cold. The First Light Jacket packs easily into the internal chest pocket with a carabiner clip loop for quick storage on or off the mountain.

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SKU: BLD00JR
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