Mamatus 3L Gore-Tex Hooded Jacket - Men's by Quiksilver
You know the old expression "No friends on a powder day", right' Well that may hold true when it comes to your roommate who's just waking up by the time you're already grabbing first chair, but when it comes to jackets, you'll certainly have a pow-day friend in the Quiksilver Mamatus 3L Gore-Tex Hooded Jacket. Fully waterproof, highly breathable, and big on comfort, this jacket is designed with Gore-Tex's C-Knit technology, delivering the reliable protection and breathability you'd expect from a three-layer shell, but with a softer feel and a light stretch for greater mobility. The Mamatus is also decked out in features to help you thrive on the mountain, whether you're trekking in the backcountry or lapping the resort. Mesh-lined underarm vents expel heat when you work up a sweat bouncing through powder-filled woods, while a snap-away powder skirt ensures that billowing snow won't ride up and soak your layers. The hood is helmet-compatible and easily adjustable, ensuring a snug fit over your helmet in wet and windy weather. Other details include a pass pocket on the sleeve, and a handy lens cleaner inside one of two chest pockets.
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