Backcountry Stretch Rain Jacket - Women's

Backcountry Stretch Rain Jacket - Women's
Backcountry Stretch Rain Jacket - Women's
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Stretch Rain Jacket - Women's by Backcountry
No matter the forecast, you're ready for the trail ahead with the Backcountry Uinta 3L Rain Jacket. This technical piece features a lightweight, packable design that stows easily while the sun is shining, with quality hardshell defenses to protect you in the event of stormy weather. The 3-layer waterproof laminate and fully-sealed seams keep you dry and comfortable against driving rain, with a cinchable hem and hood to defend against the creep of wind-driven moisture. While the microporous lamination offers breathable, quick-drying performance to keep your microclimate from getting muggy, should you need to dump heat in a hurry you can unzip the underarm vents to cool off quick.

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SKU: BCC00EL
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