Sibu Gore-Tex C-Knit Jacket (WV) - Men's by Black Yak
The Black Yak Men's Sibu Gore-Tex C-Knit Jacket comes alive when you're pursuing untracked lines in the backcountry and setting personal goals on bigger alpine objectives. Developed for daunting missions in the mountains, this jacket employs a Gore-Tex C-Knit membrane for a softer hand feel with premium protection from raging blizzards, spitting sleet, and drizzly conditions alike. This particular construction employs Gore-Tex's bi-component membrane, then bonds it to a lightweight circular knit fabric for a softer feel that's less crinkly and loud than standard Gore-Tex. It's fully waterproof, ensuring optimal protection while actively breathing to keep overall perspiration to a minimum during aerobic output. Seeing the Gore-Tex C-Knit Jacket is ideal for fast-paced alpine missions where waterproofing and breathability are crucial, it's also hooked up with smartly engineered features for your wearing comfort and convenience. The helmet-compatible hood cinches down tightly in howling winds with its laminated brim retaining a defined shape while promoting peripheral visibility. Zippered underarm vents quickly disperse excess heat and perspiration on long, uphill slogs, especially in warm springtime conditions. There's also a variety of zippered pockets for quickly accessing and stashing items away on the mountain, including an internal media pocket for jamming out while waiting for friends at the trailhead.
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