Black Diamond Recon Stretch Ski Shell - Men's

Black Diamond Recon Stretch Ski Shell - Men's
Black Diamond Recon Stretch Ski Shell - Men's
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Recon Stretch Ski Shell - Men's by Black Diamond
It's darn near impossible for ski companies to incorporate stretchy material into a ski shell that actually fends off winter's weather, but Black Diamond's Recon Stretch Ski Shell seems to keep snow out while you ride through the backcountry's deep powder. Unlike most ski jackets, the Recon Stretch incorporates four-way stretch fabric into a waterproof, breathable membrane that shields you from snow whether you're skinning through snowfall or skiing through face shots. There are ventilation zippers under each arm in case you get too warm, and a helmet-compatible hood and removable powder skirt to keep you covered in case you get too cold or wet.

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SKU: BLD00TL
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