When you're adventuring in the alpine, the weather can change quickly. Bring along the Outdoor Research Apollo Jacket for your climbing and hiking pursuits so you can be ready for those surprise storms. The jacket easily stows into its left-hand pocket and clips to the outside of your pack while retaining the performance features you want when you're climbing or hiking. For example, its waterproof construction with fully sealed seams prevent moisture from seeping through and dampening your outing. Underarm zippers allow you to quickly dump excess heat on strenuous ascents and approaches. Additionally, when you're climbing, the pockets are placed perfectly so you can still access them when you're wearing a harness and the double-separating front zipper reduces stress when you're on belay.
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Outdoor Research Apollo Jacket - Women's
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