Western Mountaineering Flash XR Hooded Jacket - Women's

Western Mountaineering Flash XR Hooded Jacket - Women's
Western Mountaineering Flash XR Hooded Jacket - Women's
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Flash XR Hooded Jacket - Women's by Western Mountaineering
Weather in the backcountry can often be unpredictable. With the Western Mountaineering Flash XR Hooded Jacket you'll be ready for the changing conditions. 850+ fill goose down keeps you warm on cold mornings before the sun fully rises. However, down only provides warmth if it stays dry. Once it's wet, it loses its loft and your precious body heat easily escapes. Knowing this, Western Mountaineering constructed the Flash XR with a laminated shell fabric to up the water-resistance so you'll stay dry and warm when you encounter unexpected showers on the trail. Insulated pockets and hood, plus a down filled draft tube behind the zipper, top it all off with additional warmth so you can comfortably enjoy your mountain adventures.

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