Millet Trilogy Storm Wool Hooded Jacket - Men's

Millet Trilogy Storm Wool Hooded Jacket - Men's
Millet Trilogy Storm Wool Hooded Jacket - Men's
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Trilogy Storm Wool Hooded Jacket - Men's by Millet
A fine specimen of the versatility genus, the Millet Men's Trilogy Storm Wool Hooded Jacket provides premium protection as you climb, hike, or tackle the skin track. The Trilogy is designed to combat whatever Mother Nature throws your way thanks to it stretchy, multi-use design and sporty, regular fit. More specifically, the Trilogy features a Element Shield Flywool 3-layer construction, which is not only highly breathable and weather-resistant, but also extremely stretchy for unimpeded mobility as you climb or post-hole your way through the backcountry. A large, adjustable hood doubles down on your protection, and the hem and cuffs are also adjustable for a personalized fit and feel. However, should you begin to warm up, the zippered underarm vents offer on-the-go temperature regulation which dumps excess body heat quickly--so you don't have to make a pit-stop unless you want to. Not to mention, the bevvy of pockets keep all of your necessities close at hand.

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SKU: MIL00B8
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