Staying focused on committing lines is tough when you're wet and cold, so a jacket like the Patagonia Men's Untracked Jacket is necessary to help keep your wits about you. Constructed with a durable Gore-Tex shell, fully taped seams, and watertight zippers, this jacket keeps you dry during nasty winter storms without causing sweat to build up and leave you shivering. The DWR finish causes moisture to bead and run off the shell's surface for an extra layer of protection against the wet and cold. A brushed polyester lining provides warmth and slides over midlayers and baselayers with ease. Towards the hem, the lining is especially slick to stop snow from building up. The Untracked Jacket is built with unwavering attention to descent-oriented details. Underarm venting boosts airflow for those ridgeline hikes when the best lines aren't accessible from the lift. A new adjustable powder skirt cinches for a tight seal or lies flat when not in use. The helmet-compatible hood features a laminated visor for optimal visibility in poor conditions. A Cohaesive cord-lock system embeds cord locks in the hood and hem for quick and easy adjustment. Patagonia updated this season's jacket with a more tailored silhouette for comfort and protection without bulk.
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