The Outdoor Research Ferrosi Hooded Jacket is a versatile softshell jacket that offers moderate weather protection and rugged durability for all of your outdoor adventures. Newly updated with durable reinforcements in high wear areas, this trusted softshell jacket provides wind and water-resistant protection in alpine environments, along with the abrasion-resistance you need when you're navigating rocky pitches and rough trails. The body and hood are made with OR's tough, movement-mirroring Ferrosi fabric, while the shoulders and lower sleeves deliver even more durability with rugged Cordura ripstop keeping contact-heavy areas protected. Offering breathability and stretch for active days in cooler weather, this jacket features a fully adjustable hood to shut out the wind when you're enjoying the view from the summit, as well as an adjustable hem to help seal out updrafts when you're on the wall. UPF 50+ sun protection keeps your skin totally safe from harmful radiation when hiking or climbing in exposed conditions, and thumb loops offer glove-less hand coverage. Plus, you've got easy packability when your shell isn't needed, so you can roll the jacket up into its own pocket and clip it onto a pack or harness thanks to the convenient carabiner loop.
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Outdoor Research Ferrosi Hooded Jacket - Men's
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