Alpine Hooded Down Jacket - Women's by Outdoor Research
Pursue far off alpine lakes in the Alpine Hooded Down jacket. It's loaded with durability, weather resistance, and warmth to keep you comfortable as you climb to new heights. Durable Pertex Quantum Pro on the sleeves and hood stand up to abrasions you'll encounter on your trip while the water resistant face fabric keeps the 800 fill down insulation dry because dry down is warm down. The baffles on the jacket are quilted to allow the down to provide warmth to the max by eliminating cold spots that often occur in quilted down jackets. Protection from the environment and elements isn't the only thing the Alpine jacket provides. It's brimming with features you'll rely on in the high mountains. For example, reaching for high hand holds is easy with the Dynamic Reach under arm panels that offer you freedom of movement. When the wind really picks up, pull the hood up over your helmet to prevent your precious body heat from escaping. The hem and cuffs also aid in keeping the heat in with elastic material and a drawcord. Additionally, your pockets sit slightly higher than normal so you can still access them with a pack or harness on, and the whole jacket stuffs into its left hand pocket at the end of the trip for easy transport off the mountain.
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