Mountain Hardwear Dynotherm Hooded Down Jacket - Men's

Mountain Hardwear Dynotherm Hooded Down Jacket - Men's
Mountain Hardwear Dynotherm Hooded Down Jacket - Men's
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Dynotherm Hooded Down Jacket - Men's by Mountain Hardwear
It's bigger than a bread box, light as a bouquet of feathers, and it might be distant cousins with the Sinosauropteryx. This marvel-worthy piece is Mountain Hardwear's Dynotherm Hooded Down Jacket. Consider it a rare breed in the world of down jackets, a sort of non-avian, feathered dinosaur that's made for keeping you warm, even when wet. Built for those unexpectedly-awful crag days or cool evenings spent hanging around the campfire, this lightweight 650-fill down jacket is crafted with a durable ripstop fabric and the uniquely water resistant Q. Shield Down insulation. Each down filament is coated with a DWR treatment, ensuring that you stay cozy-warm through those unanticipated, damp cold fronts. The double-need stitching adds durability, style and texture while low-profiled hood and dual hem drawcords seal in warmth. Equipped with pack compatible chest and hand warmer pockets, this jacket caters to whatever adventure you choose embark upon.

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SKU: MHW00IS
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