Ortovox Pordoi Hooded Softshell Jacket - Men's

Ortovox Pordoi Hooded Softshell Jacket - Men's
Ortovox Pordoi Hooded Softshell Jacket - Men's
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Pordoi Hooded Softshell Jacket - Men's by Ortovox
Ortovox developed the Men's Pordoi Hooded Softshell Jacket for backcountry skiers who really get after it. This technical softshell boasts a merino wool lining and Schoeller's C_Change membrane for outstanding temperature regulation. The membrane and lining close their pores in the face of cold temperatures, but open up as soon as you start warming the fabric up on hot and sweaty skinners. Merino wool is also naturally odor-resistant, so the jacket won't smell like you do after a long day in the backcountry.Hard shells are generally overly protective and restricting when you're backcountry skiing, which is why Orotovox made the Pordoi's softshell out of windproof, water-resistant fabric with a four-way stretch--there's a touch of protection needed for brisk breezes, snow spray, and snowfall, as well as the stretchy performance necessary for skinning and skiing. The Pordoi also features zippers under each arm for ventilated airflow, just in case you get too warm.

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SKU: ORT004I
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