DAKINE Mercer Jacket - Men's

DAKINE Mercer Jacket - Men's
DAKINE Mercer Jacket - Men's
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Mercer Jacket - Men's by DAKINE
From first to last chair, the Dakine Men's Mercer Jacket has everything you need to shred just about all and every inch of the mountain--in total dry protection. Boasting a breathable, waterproof Gore-Tex three-layer membrane with fully taped seams, the Mercer thrives in blizzard-like conditions and ensures that your baselayers stay bone-dry. The drop hood with an inner collar acts as a safety wall against whipping winter winds, and is adjustable through drawcords at the front and back to provide customized protection when you really need to batten down the hatches. And when you start to work up a sweat on the hill, zippered underarm vents and a collar venting system offer up a quick cool down by circulating in fresh air. Additionally, an inner storm flap and gaiters at the wrists seal out nasty weather, and an attached and stretchy powder skirt keeps snow from sneaking in where it's not welcome. Not to mention, with its multiple pockets both inside and out, the Mercer ensures you're able to bring along all of your favorite essentials for a full day on the hill.

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