Black Diamond First Light Insulated Jacket - Men's

Black Diamond First Light Insulated Jacket - Men's
Black Diamond First Light Insulated Jacket - Men's
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First Light Insulated Jacket - Men's by Black Diamond
Being cold zaps your energy quicker than you can say dawn patrol. Black Diamond designed the First Light Hooded Jacket for frigid alpine starts and teeth-chattering transitions, but you'll be rocking it on knife-edge ridges and cozy yurt trips too. PrimaLoft Silver Active makes this hoodie BD's most breathable insulation option, dumping excess heat during high-output ascents. The helmet-compatible hood is a welcome relief when the winds pick up, and underarm gussets assure full mobility when you're maneuvering up something sketchy. Light enough to please weight-conscious alpinists and compressible enough to fold into itself and clip to your harness, the First Light is a no-brainer to accompany you on your next big objective.

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SKU: BLD00O9
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