Whether you're meeting at the trailhead to start a backcountry adventure in the frigid early morning or you're lapping the resort for powder days or park sessions, throw on the GLCR Ether Down Thermagraph Jacket for all day warmth and weather protection. This jacket fills the gap between a fully insulated piece of outerwear and a technical shell, with body-mapped 600-fill goose down insulation to provide superior warmth without overheating when you're working hard. 686's infiniDRY fabric is fully waterproof and ultra-breathable to keep you protected from deep powder days or spring slush while allowing excess body heat to escape. Strategically placed insulated areas keep your core warm while keeping the weight and bulk to a minimum. When you're working hard on the skintrack or bootpacking up to your favorite powder stash, the zippered underarm vents allow additional airflow to keep you cool, and Lycra wrist gaiters prevent snow from creeping into your sleeves in case you tumble in the powder. Two large zippered chest pockets carry along snacks or warm your skins if they're freezing, and internal goggle and audio pockets keep your gear separated and organized for long days on the mountain.
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686 GLCR Ether Down Thermagraph Jacket - Men's
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