Black Yak MAIWA Light Down Insulation Jacket - Women's

Black Yak MAIWA Light Down Insulation Jacket - Women's
Black Yak MAIWA Light Down Insulation Jacket - Women's
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MAIWA Light Down Insulation Jacket - Women's by Black Yak
Whether you're scouting new lines the backcountry or pushing up a 14er in the cold of dawn, the Black Yak Women's MAIWA Light Down Insulation Jacket is a versatile piece that's extremely warm, lightweight, and breathable. Lightweight Cordura Ripstop fabric along the insulated panels offers impressive resilience from abrasion, as well as repelling moisture from compromising the down insulation underneath. The rest of the jacket features Cordura fleece for a superbly soft feel that stands up to the regular abuse you're bound to throw its way. Looking at the jacket's insulation, 750-fill down traps precious heat from escaping along vital regions for warmth, so you'll remain toasty in shivering-cold weather. The down is RDS certified, meaning it's responsibly sourced for added peace of mind. And to remain warm in the wet and damp, the down's hydrophobic finish repels moisture from ruining its lofting power, should you encounter a burst of heavy snow or passing drizzle.

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