FlyLow Gear General's Down Hooded Jacket - Men's

FlyLow Gear General's Down Hooded Jacket - Men's
FlyLow Gear General's Down Hooded Jacket - Men's
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General's Down Hooded Jacket - Men's by FlyLow Gear
Filled with clusters of 800-fill goose down, the FlyLow Men's General's Down Hooded Jacket squashes wintry insurgencies by trapping thermal warmth in sub-freezing temperatures. This down jacket is an ideal choice for layering under a waterproof shell when you're ripping the resort on cold-smoke powder days, also excelling as a standalone jacket for shivery nights beside the campfire. It compactly folds into its self-stow pocket for efficient storage during backcountry tours and camping trips. The ultra-light 20D polyester shell features a High Performance DWR treatment, ensuring the down insulation stays dry and lofting throughout light precipitation. Baffled stitch-through construction prevents the down insulation from clumping together and creating cold spots like cheaper jackets. Six-inch underarm vents rapidly disperse excess heat, so you're never overly hot during aerobic alpine activity. There's also a helmet-compatible hood for sealing out blasts of frigid air once you've reached the summit.

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SKU: FLG005F
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