Haglofs L.I.M Touring Proof Jacket - Men's

Haglofs L.I.M Touring Proof Jacket - Men's
Haglofs L.I.M Touring Proof Jacket - Men's
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L.I.M Touring Proof Jacket - Men's by Haglofs
The Haglofs Men's L. I. M Touring Proof Jacket is a backcountry-specific ski jacket built to pack small, weigh less, and provide the utmost waterproofing and breathable comfort. Its Proof membrane boasts high waterproof, breathable ratings, and it's also windproof to cut back the brisk chills that leave you shivering on the skin track. Haglofs made the jacket out of durable Cordura with a four-way stretch for freedom of movement. If you're sweating on the skin track, this jacket's torso pockets double as ventilators to amplify airflow. The hood boasts a three-way adjustment for a precise fit, and its laminated visor stays out of eyesight. There are more adjustments at the cuffs and hem to seal out the snow.

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SKU: HAGO08Y
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