Ortovox Guardian Shell 3L Jacket - Men's

Ortovox Guardian Shell 3L Jacket - Men's
Ortovox Guardian Shell 3L Jacket - Men's
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Guardian Shell 3L Jacket - Men's by Ortovox
From steep skintracks to cruising groomers, the Ortovox Men's Guardian Shell 3L Jacket keeps you comfortable and protected no matter the weather. The Toray Dermizax EV membrane boasts some of the highest breathability ratings around to keep you comfortable as you move and highly rated waterproof protection for powder days. The inside of the jacket is made completely of merino wool to provide unique comfort through thermal regulation that cools you down when you're warm and warms you up when you're cold. This edition of the Guardian Shell also impresses with its weight. Thanks to lightweight materials and improved features, this jacket is lighter than ever. You can remove the powder skirt when you want to connect the jacket to Ortovox's Guardian pants. The adjustable storm hood is helmet compatible for the best in both safety and protection. An adjustable hem and cuffs help seal out snow and drafts to keep you warm and dry, while the underarm zippers allow you to let off steam when you're in the middle of a strenuous climb.

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