Scott Vertic GTX 3L Hooded Jacket - Men's

Scott Vertic GTX 3L Hooded Jacket - Men's
Scott Vertic GTX 3L Hooded Jacket - Men's
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Vertic GTX 3L Hooded Jacket - Men's by Scott
The Men's Vertic GTX 3L Jacket is Scott's most technical freerider for the skier who refuses to take a day off. Gore-Tex gives this thin, light, three-layer shell reliable waterproof protection, and fully taped seams enhance waterproofing by preventing a single snowflake from seeping through. Gore-Tex is also breathable to keep you comfortable even when you work up a sweat. Scott equipped the Vertic with zippers under each arm for ventilated airflow, and the removable powder skirt connects to Scott's compatible ski pants for complete coverage. The hood adjusts over helmets or beanies with ease, and hook-and-loop cuffs seal over the internal stretchy cuffs with thumbholes. There's a large chest pocket, two smaller front pockets, a ski pass pocket at the sleeve, and one internal pocket for music players.

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SKU: SCO00B7
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