Mountain Hardwear StretchDown Jacket - Men's

Mountain Hardwear StretchDown Jacket - Men's
Mountain Hardwear StretchDown Jacket - Men's
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StretchDown Jacket - Men's by Mountain Hardwear
You can't argue with the insulating power of down jackets, but they come with two shortcomings: down's inability to maintain warmth when wet and the lack of mobility. The Mountain Hardware Men's StretchDown Jacket was specifically designed to address these two shortcomings. Made with a cutting-edge stretch-welded channel construction, this jacket is able to stretch and move with you, whether you're using it as an outer layer on a cold-weather hike or as a midlayer on a backcountry ski day. In addition to increasing mobility, the welded channel construction traps more warmth than standard stitched-construction jackets, so you stay warmer longer. To enhance wet-weather performance, the StretchDown Jacket is filled with Mountain Hardware's unique Q. Shield Down. A giant leap forward in down performance, each down fiber is infused with a permanent water repellancy that helps the down maintain loft--and insulating power--even when exposed to moisture, giving you a down jacket fit for any mountain activity.

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