Outdoor Research Floodlight Down Jacket - Men's

Outdoor Research Floodlight Down Jacket - Men's
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Floodlight Down Jacket - Men's by Outdoor Research
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Outdoor Research Floodlight Down Jacket - Men's

You've often dreamed of a puffy that can handle winter's wrath with dry warmth, and Outdoor Research made that dream come true with its Men's Floodlight Down Jacket. You're sure to stay nice and toasty in frigid temps thanks 800+ fill down insulation, but this jacket also has Pertex Shield+ protecting you from stormy conditions and the wettest weather imaginable. Outdoor Research also welded the baffles to eliminate cold spots that conventional sewn-through constructions create, not to mention Outdoor Research taped all the seams for maximum waterproof protection. Additionally, the shell's fabric leaves the jacket with a lightweight appeal, incredible breathability, softness, and the freedom of movement you need to hike, ski tour, and climb comfortably in colder weather, and the ultra-compressible down means you can squish this jacket in to your pack for hot climbs up the skin track. The Floodlight also features an adjustable hood with a wire brim that stays out of eyesight. Adjustable cuffs and hem keep the jacket in place while you walk, hike, pull, stretch, and play out on the mountains. Shove-It pockets offer a dry place to store climbing skins, goggles, water bottles, and other bulky items you need to keep warm. And the hand-warmer pockets are always available to toast up your numb digits even if you have a harness or backpack on.

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Arches National Park is known for its' remarkable natural red sandstone arches. With over 2,000 catalogued arches that range in size from a three-foot opening, to Landscape Arch which measures 306 feet from base to base, the park offers the largest concentration of natural arches in the world.
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