Outdoor Research Fortress Jacket - Mens'

Outdoor Research Fortress Jacket - Mens'
Outdoor Research Fortress Jacket - Mens'
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Fortress Jacket - Mens' by Outdoor Research
Get to the resort early and hop on first chair with peace of mind thanks to the Outdoor Research Fortress Jacket. This ski and snowboard specific jacket has your back on cold and snowy powder days thanks to the reliable 2L Pertex shield laminate. This laminate boasts full water and wind proofing as well as the ability to release heat while you side step or boot pack to your secret spot. Fully taped seams back up this beefy laminate by helping to keep sneaky water from saturating your layers, while a wide variety of alpine ready pockets keep your important items within arms reach. When the temperatures really start to drop and the chairlift comes to a stop, the VerticalX synthetic insulation traps enough heat to keep you comfortable and allow you to enjoy the now empty slopes.

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SKU: ODR00XM
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