Outdoor Research Illuminate Down Jacket - Men's

Outdoor Research Illuminate Down Jacket - Men's
Outdoor Research Illuminate Down Jacket - Men's
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Illuminate Down Jacket - Men's by Outdoor Research
Layer up for your next alpine adventure with the warm and lightweight Outdoor Research Illuminate Down Jacket. This midweight 800-fill power down insulating layer excels at trapping heat and keeping you warm when worn under a shell on your next ski, snowshoe, or mountaineering excursion. The nylon outer layer protects against water and wind if you have to unzip or shed a layer on the uphill, while an internal media pocket and two hand pockets can hold your favorite energy gels, granola bars, and music device. Additionally when the sun heats up your ski tour, take the Illuminate down jacket off and stuff it in its own left pocket so that it fits easily in your pack for the rest of the day.

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