Norrona Tamok Gore-Tex Pro Jacket - Women's

Norrona Tamok Gore-Tex Pro Jacket - Women's
Norrona Tamok Gore-Tex Pro Jacket - Women's
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Tamok Gore-Tex Pro Jacket - Women's by Norrona
Whether the gods of winter are delivering free refills or you're traversing on spring corn, the Tamok delivers dry, breathable comfort. Its sleek, minimalist style fits in at the apres, but it's at its best on snow when the waterproof, breathable protection of Gore-Tex Pro keeps the elements at bay while breathing. The jacket's low weight and high breathability make it an ideal choice for touring, and it's built with pack-friendly pockets and zippered vents for staying cool on the skin up. With winter coverage in mind, Norrona gives the Tamok a longer-than-usual cut with wrist gaiters and a powder skirt for keeping the snow out and the warmth in. You can easily pop the hood up over your helmet on storm days, and it adjusts with one hand for simplified fiddling on the lift or track.

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SKU: NRA00I4
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