Western Mountaineering QuickFlash Down Jacket - Men's

Western Mountaineering QuickFlash Down Jacket - Men's
Western Mountaineering QuickFlash Down Jacket - Men's
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QuickFlash Down Jacket - Men's by Western Mountaineering
Let the lightweight Western Mountaineering Men's QuickFlash Down Jacket warm your bones when the temps drop below critical on your hut touring, snowshoeing, or backcountry skiing trips. Western Mountaineering stuffed this jacket with 850+ fill goose down to offer an incredible warmth-to-weight (only eight ounces) ratio; the down is also extremely compressible so it fits easily in daypacks or the top pouch of your backpack. The ripstop shell is also surprisingly durable for how lightweight it is. This jacket also features an insulated collar to keep all that wonderful warmth in your body, and insulated pockets keep your digits nice and toasty when you're trekking through the snowy woods as the sun begins to set.

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SKU: WES0057
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