A long weekend of epic bikepacking, remote camping, and general adventuring awaits to celebrate the last weeks of crisp scenery before winter really digs in. Keep your pack light and cover all your bases against the chill with the 7mesh Industries Men's Outflow Jacket. With light, breathable fabrics sandwiching cozy insulation, this jacket packs down easily and brings the versatility to keep you warm on the bike or by the campfire. 7mesh starts with layers of double-woven 15d nylon and 20d nylon ripstop, chosen for their ability to whisk moisture away without also sapping precious warmth, which means you'll stay dry and warm through strenuous hikes and long rides through the aspens alike. Between those two fabrics sits a layer of light and cozy Primaloft Gold 60g Active. It carries claims of being the highest warmth-to-weight ratio of any currently available synthetic insulation, so it won't weigh you down while you're trying to stay warm. As we'd expect from the function-first designers at 7mesh, the Outflow includes a softly brush collar for an added dose of comfort and a chin guard to protect from unwanted zipper scratches. Reduced insulation under the arms increases breathability and overall ventilation, while a full-length zipper lets you dump heat when the clouds suddenly clear and douse you in warm, high-altitude sun.
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