Outdoor Research Interstellar Jacket - Men's

Outdoor Research Interstellar Jacket - Men's
Outdoor Research Interstellar Jacket - Men's
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Interstellar Jacket - Men's by Outdoor Research
The Outdoor Research Men's Interstellar Jacket is a lightweight, air-permeable shell ready to tag along on any and all alpine ascents you have planned. Crafted from a stretchy, durable ripstop fabric, this jacket breathes exceptionally well to let you pursue high-output activities without overheating or being restricted, and it features a waterproof AscentShell laminate to protect you from the wet rain, sleet, and snow that usually come with mountain adventures. Outdoor Research also made the hood helmet-compatible to take the question of sacrificing safety for comfort off the table before you leave your home. Dynamic reach underarm panels enable mobility when you're stuck on the wall, and the pockets are situated above where your harness would go to meet the needs of any alpine expedition.

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