Mountain Hardwear High Exposure Gore-Tex C-Knit Jacket - Men's

Mountain Hardwear High Exposure Gore-Tex C-Knit Jacket - Men's
Mountain Hardwear High Exposure Gore-Tex C-Knit Jacket - Men's
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High Exposure Gore-Tex C-Knit Jacket - Men's by Mountain Hardwear
Before starting a deep trip into the backcountry zip up the lightweight High Exposure Gore-Tex C-Knit Jacket from Mountain Hardware. This the lightest 3-layer jacket offered by Mountain Hardwear and despite its weight offers all the bells and whistles you would expect. The Gore-Tex C-Knit membrane keeps you covered from the elements and allows you to breathe, while the mini ripstop outer protects against snags and run-ins with rocks. Meanwhile, the adjustable hood fits over a helmet, two large chest pockets hold your skins or radio, and an adjustable powder skirt keeps blower snow from penetrating your base layers.

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