The GLCR Ether Down Thermagraph Jacket resides in a grey area between a fully insulated piece of outerwear and a technical shell. Built for skiing and snowboarding this jacket takes the best of both insulated and technical jackets to create a piece that controls your climate while you adventure around your local resort or backcountry. To keep you warm but not let you overheat, the Duck Down insulation is only in strategic spots of the jacket like the chest and lower back. This allows the remainder of the jacket to function as a technical shell with its stretchy outer fabric, 20K waterproofing, and 15k breathability ratings keeping you dry and wicking away sweat for an enjoyable day spent in the outdoors.
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686 GLCR Ether Down Thermagraph Jacket - Men's
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