L1 Barstow Jacket - Men's

L1 Barstow Jacket - Men's
L1 Barstow Jacket - Men's
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Barstow Jacket - Men's by L1
When the white stuff flies, don't be caught unprepared to jump in the car and get in the lift line for first chair. If your old jacket's reached the end of its last term, elect the L1 Men's Barstow Jacket to come serve in its place, then head for untracked lines. Made with a sturdy broken twill fabric, the shell comes prepared to shield you from chairlift drips and bigger snow squalls, while continuously wicking moisture so you don't end up sweating like you're on a run in the middle of July. Additionally, L1 managed to integrate a host of functional features into the Barstow's design, without compromising its clean lines and minimalist style. An adjustable hood protects you on stormy days, while subtle snap chest and hand pockets store your snacks and smartphone without adorning you with host of garish zippers. On days when the snow gods smile down, you'll appreciate the powder skirt, which snaps to attach to your L1 pants -- if you're into matching. Finally, a mesh goggle pocket saves you from juggling (and dropping) your stuff on the walk to and from the parking lot after a long, rowdy day on the hill.

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SKU: LON002N
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