Wolverine Cirque Insulated Jacket - Men's by Backcountry
Wolverine Cirque is an epic basin located in the backcountry between two of Utah's world-renowned ski resorts, and it's home to 16 of the steepest, tightest chutes in the Wasatch Range. Skiing all 16 in a single day is the stuff of Backcountry Gearhead dreams, and doing so would require ambition, tenacity, and a collection of technically advanced, performance-oriented, and backcountry-specific ski clothing. We can't help with the former two qualities, but we designed gear like the Wolverine Cirque Insulated Jacket to meet the gear requirements. It's our go-to midlayer for highly aerobic activities--like, say, skinning and skiing 16 chutes a day. To make an insulator worthy of such a grandiose tour, we designed this hybrid jacket with a combination of weather-resistant materials, moisture-managing fleece panels, and an innovative insulation with incredible breathability and stretch. Unlike standard synthetic insulators, 3DeFX+ insulation mirrors your every movement to maintain warmth and reduce the chance of cold spots appearing over time. We wrapped this innovative insulation in a stretch-woven, water-resistant shell to shed snowfall on the 14th boot pack of the day, and the fleece paneling wicks moisture away in areas you're likely to sweat most while moving fast.
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