For freezing-cold backcountry missions and deep powder days at the resort, grab the warmth and protection of the Ortovox Swisswool Andermatt 2L Jacket. This unique jacket has a durably waterproof shell to keep you dry when you're graced with fluffy powder and cursed with wet slush. It's also filled with Swisswool insulation, an innovative insulation that uses primarily merino wool for warm-when-wet performance and natural breathability. Unique to this jacket is the Swisswool Black insulation, which uses seldom-used black wool for a touch of individuality that'll help inspire you to seek new heights and hit the biggest lines. Besides the dependable protection and warmth, this jacket has lots of features to help you get the most out of your time on the mountain. Underarm vents let in a rush of cool air after you hike to your go-to powder stash, and the two way zipper gives you further customizable venting. The adjustable hood has you covered on stormy pow days, while the merino wool lining at the chin delivers added comfort. And you'll never be without storage, thanks to the inner and outer pockets storing your phones, trail maps, and lift snacks.
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Ortovox Swisswool Andermatt 2L Jacket - Men's
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