Strafe Outerwear Cham 2 Jacket - Men's

Strafe Outerwear Cham 2 Jacket - Men's
Strafe Outerwear Cham 2 Jacket - Men's
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Cham 2 Jacket - Men's by Strafe Outerwear
Between the steep vert and the slightly harrowing, mostly technical descents, the art of alpine touring requires a jacket like the Strafe Outerwear Men's Cham 2 Jacket to offer steadfast and lightweight protection. Starting with its articulated fit and minimalist silhouette, the Cham 2 touts a movement-friendly design, making it ideal for hiking and skinning alike. Additionally, the Cham is constructed with Polartec's Neoshell material, which is not only incredibly waterproof and a hint stretchy, but also assures serious breathability, meaning that your baselayers aren't saturated in sweat by the time you arrive at the summit. To further a comfortable microclimate for your upper half, the jacket features zippered underarm ventilation for on-the-go temperature regulation, so you don't have to remove the jacket in favor of dumping excess body heat. The powder skirt is fully removable for customized protection, and not to mention, the hood is helmet-compatible and totally adjustable to suit your needs.

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SKU: SFO0010
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