If your daily life is bound to include some impromptu adventures on the trail, in the park, by the water, or pretty much anywhere you and your friends want to escape to, then the Arc'Teryx Solano Hooded Jacket might be the thing for you. Designed to balance outdoor performance with urban style, this versatile jacket is up for any adventure you are thanks to its two-layer Gore-Tex Infinium shell. New to Gore-Tex's always reliable lineup of outdoor fabrics, Infinium is designed to maximize everyday comfort over performance, but still offers protection from the elements when you're enjoying your favorite outdoor spaces. Infinium is windproof, water-resistant, and breathable, so you can bring the Solano on a cool-weather day hike then keep rocking its clean style when you hit the town later. The Solano features a soft brushed lining for greater all-around comfort, added warmth in shoulder-season weather, and moisture-wicking performance when you start to get a bit active in your travels. The adjustable hood also features a soft lining, giving you greater coverage and warmth on blustery days. You've also got a special articulated design that's built to maximize your mobility, as well as gusseted underarms that enhance your reach and mobility when you happen upon some low-to-the-ground bouldering features.
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Arc'teryx Solano Hooded Jacket - Men's
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