Outdoor Research MicroGravity Jacket - Women's

Outdoor Research MicroGravity Jacket - Women's
Outdoor Research MicroGravity Jacket - Women's
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MicroGravity Jacket - Women's by Outdoor Research
Reliable waterproofing and athletically-inclined breathability bolster the Outdoor Research Women's MicroGravity Jacket for most mountainous endeavors under rain and snow. It can fend off summer rains on a hike high in the alpine, and it'll shed all the snow spraying across your body when you're backcountry touring through fresh powder. Despite its waterproof, windproof protection, the MicroGravity's air permeable fabric begins to breath the moment you put the jacket on. High levels of breathability like this are best used when you're moving fast.

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