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Impenetrable moisture barrier to guarantee dryness.
Lightweight fabrics that help regulate body temperature.
- Pit-Zip Venting
- Waterproof rain jacket with breathable mesh lining and reflective logo
- Waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed
- Mesh-lined body
- Brushed collar lining
- Hood stows in collar
- Zip hand pockets
- Center front zip and Velcro® stormflap closure
- Elasticized cuffs
- Chin guard flap
- ID label
- Reflective logos at left chest, back right shoulder
- Reflective DryVent™ logo
- 70D 106.0 g/m2 DryVent 2L – 100% nylon ripstop
- Avg Weight:
- 320 g (11.3 oz)
- Length From Center Back:
- Lifetime Warranty
- Care Instructions:
- Machine Wash
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