Designed to meet waterproof requirements for trail races and ultramarathons that require shell jackets while maintaining a light weight and breathable construction, the Salomon Bonatti Pro WP Jacket will be a reliable partner when you set off on the trail for hours at a time. Its Pertex Shield technology and 2. 5-layer membrane keeps out moisture from rain, snow, and whatever other precipitation you encounter along the way, while the snug-fitting hood with an elastic gaiter keeps your fit secure and your vision free from obstruction in technical terrain. To keep you cool and comfortable as you run, this jacket not only has a breathable construction but also features a Smart Vent front zipper, which keeps both sides of the jacket in place while the zipper is down, so you can let in some cool air without having your jacket billow in the wind. Another smart feature of this jacket is the extra volume in the back of the jacket that allows you to wear it over a running pack or hydration vest, so you can keep all of your gear and valuables dry in wet weather. And when the clouds disappear and you've finally got some blue skies, you can stuff the jacket into its own front pocket and stash it in that same pack until the rain comes back again.
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Salomon Bonatti Pro WP Jacket - Men's
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