Haglofs Chute II Jacket - Men's

Haglofs Chute II Jacket - Men's
$499.95
Chute II Jacket - Men's by Haglofs
Price subject to change | SKU: HAG002V

Haglofs Chute II Jacket - Men's

If there's one thing we know about Sweden, it's that they love fish. If there's a second thing, it's that they make seriously good technical outerwear like the Chute II Men's Ski Jacket from Haglofs. The name might be new to you, but that's because Haglofs is only just letting us North Americans get our greasy paws on its gear after 100 years of being one of the most respected names in European outerwear. The Chute II is one of its stylish and rugged freeski getups, with a long and loose fit that gives you plenty of room to move and easily accommodates body armor, and articulated sleeves that'll let you drop cliffs, poke out grabs, and shred pow in comfort. Haglofs outfitted the nylon fabric with a DWR coating and a two-layer Gore-Tex waterproof and breathable membrane to box out the burliest weather from Sweden to the Sierras, but made sure to include easily accessible front vents that keep you cool and comfortable, even when you're wearing a pack. The Chute is decked out with tons of tech features, too, like a removable, stretchy, and snap-down powder skirt to keep your undies snow free, and a helmet-compatible hood that's easy to adjust with one hand so you can keep your GoPro-on-a-stick-holding hand free to get the shot. Chest, hand, sleeve, and internal pockets hold everything from your supply of Swedish fish to your plastic bag full of meatballs, and the fleece-lined collar and zipper guard protect your rugged movie-star chin from the harsh winter winds.

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