Mountain Hardwear Exposure/2 GTX Paclite Stretch Pullover Jacket - Men's

Mountain Hardwear Exposure/2 GTX Paclite Stretch Pullover Jacket - Men's
Mountain Hardwear Exposure/2 GTX Paclite Stretch Pullover Jacket - Men's
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Exposure/2 GTX Paclite Stretch Pullover Jacket - Men's by Mountain Hardwear
Offering reliable performance, unique style, and excellent packability, the Mountain Hardwear Exposure/2 GTX Paclite Stretch Pullover Jacket travels easily on any and all of your adventures. This anorak-style shell is made with Gore-Tex Paclite, a more packable and compressible version of standard Gore-Tex that stuffs easily into any backpack pocket without sacrificing waterproof protection or breathability. The super-deep chest zipper presents not only a unique look, but an opportunity for effective ventilation in warmer weather. Quarter-length side zips also work to air things out, so you'll never have to choose between being dry or being comfortable.

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