Outdoor Research Transcendent Down Sweater - Men's

Outdoor Research Transcendent Down Sweater - Men's
Outdoor Research Transcendent Down Sweater - Men's
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Transcendent Down Sweater - Men's by Outdoor Research
Walden might have been a longer book if ol' Henry David would've had the Outdoor Research Men's Transcendent Down Jacket to keep his high-minded self warm and comfortable as he meditated on the deeper intersections between man and nature. Chances are you're not in the market for a jacket to wear as you build a hermitage near a remote lake (or maybe you are), but if you're looking for an insulating layer that will keep you warm between pitches during late-season desert climbing trips, around high-mountain campsites, or during biting-cold transitions on the skintrack, then you'll do well to consider the Transcendent Down Jacket.This no-frills down sweater is insulated with 650-fill goose down for near-instant warmth and is lined with a soft taffeta lining that's easy on the skin for those rare instances you decide to go shirtless underneath. The 20D ripstop fabric withstands wear and tear from arrant tree branches and abrasive granite when you're bushwhacking to a new crag or exploring a poorly maintained trail, and the stowable design allows you to pack this jacket down into one of the hand pockets when you want a pillow to relax on as you ponder beta or just need to shed a layer and stash the jacket in your pack.

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