A quick glance out the window tells you that today's weather conditions won't be pleasant, but at least you're prepared with the Simms Challenger Jacket. Its Toray fabric repels rain and keeps icy gusts at bay, while still offering breathability so you don't get soaked with sweat when you're hiking to your secret spot. Duck inside the three-point adjustable storm hood when the rain is pelting down, or stow it in the collar when skies are clear. Either way, stormy weather won't be so challenging when you're in the Challenger.
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Simms Challenger Jacket - Men's
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