Dynafit Yotei Gore-Tex Jacket - Men's

Dynafit Yotei Gore-Tex Jacket - Men's
Dynafit Yotei Gore-Tex Jacket - Men's
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Yotei Gore-Tex Jacket - Men's by Dynafit
Standing at the pinnacle of technical outerwear, the Dynafit Men's Yotei Gore-Tex Jacket was designed and developed by and for those who push the limits of freeride backcountry shredding in big mountain terrain. Whether you're heli skiing in Haines, Alaska or doing some touring in the Wasatch, the fully seam-taped Yotei has a three-layer Gore-Tex membrane for waterproof, breathable winter protection that excels in fast, repetitive transitions between steep ski tracks and deep snow descents. Articulated sleeves provide unimpeded mobility if you find yourself rolling down the windows on a bigger-than-you-thought cliff, while the removable powder skirt keeps snow from sneaking in when you bomb out the landing. The underarm ventilation zips let you dump excess heat on the trek up, then the roomy chest pockets accommodate your skins for safe storage before dropping in. The adjustable sleeve cuffs come in handy for extra protection against increasingly hostile winds, and when the day is over the Yotei can be stowed away in its own hood.

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