Salomon QST Guard Hooded Jacket - Men's

Salomon QST Guard Hooded Jacket - Men's
Salomon QST Guard Hooded Jacket - Men's
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QST Guard Hooded Jacket - Men's by Salomon
When the winds are whipping and the snow is falling at the ski resort, make sure to reach for the Salomon Men's QST Guard Jacket. This jacket combines top-shelf weather protection with toasty warmth to take the chill out of bone-chilling conditions. A waterproof, breathable AdvancedSkin Dry membrane shields you from any nasty rain, sleet, and snow you may encounter on your adventure. Additionally, the jacket is equipped with 40g of low-profile Primaloft insulation to provide you with reliable warmth on frigid days at the mountain, without saddling you with a ton of bulk. Meanwhile, the sleeves are lined with a fabric technology that wicks moisture away from your skin, which makes the jacket ideal for aerobic activities in alpine conditions. Salomon also included an air vent system to dump excess heat quickly when you've gotten a decent workout from the bootpack up. An attached powder skirt defends you from snow on waist-deep powder days, while the adjustable hood, hem, and cuffs provides ample, customizable protection from howling winds.

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