Traveler Convertible Jacket - Men's by Royal Robbins
Instead of packing multiple jackets for every conceivable weather situation you might encounter on your vacation, save space with the Royal Robbins Men's Traveler Convertible Jacket. This ingenious travel solution features zip-off sleeves and a plethora of pockets to keep you ready for just about any conditions you'll face on your next trip. The sleeves zip off to turn this jacket into a lightweight vest when the weather is on the warmer side, and they even stow in an internal mesh pocket for easy on-the-go storage. Its lightweight fabric is stretchy and quick-drying for comfort when you're hiking trails or climbing crumbling staircases, and it's wrinkle-resistant so it won't mind being stuff into your luggage. Royal Robbins also gave it an eco-friendlier Ec-0 DWR treatment to ward off light rain and prevent spills from leaving stains for the rest of your trip. And really sealing its travel credentials, this jacket sports four external pockets and five internal pockets, including a zippered passport pocket, eyeglass holder, and mesh drop-in pocket, s you're always organized and prepared for whatever the world throws at you.
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