For the constant-adventurer looking for a cold-weather piece that'll transition seamlessly from frigid days at the ski mountain to chilly multi-pitch climbing routes and back again, there's the Haglofs Essens Mimic Insulated Jacket. This versatile jacket features an innovative synthetic insulation that's designed to mimic the effects of down, while still maintaining the warm-when-wet performance that makes synthetics so reliable. The result is comfortable warmth that'll keep doing its job when you're caught out in heavy snows or unexpected rain storms. Your insulation isn't the only thing that'll work hard in inclement weather--the Pertex Quantum shell offers wind and water resistance for those times when you're caught in potentially stormy conditions without a shell. Lighter rain and most snows will bead off of you as you move, which will be easier thanks to the stretchy panels along the shoulders. Articulated sleeves also help with natural movement, while the elasticized cuffs and hem seal in all of your warmth with a simple and low-bulk design.
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Haglofs Essens Mimic Insulated Jacket - Men's
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