Adidas Terrex Swift Primaloft Jacket

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Travel light and stay warm in adidas Mens Terrex Swift PrimaLoft Jacket. Filled with 100-gram PrimaLoft synthetic insulation that stays warm even when wet, the cold doesnt stand a chance at getting through. 100% nylon construction. Compresses down for easy, light traveling without compromise. Two zip-secure hand pockets hold valuables. Imported. Sizes: M-2XL. Colors: Black, Blue, Real Green. Size: X-Large. Color: Real Green. Gender: Male. Age Group: Adult. Material: Nylon. Type: Jackets.

- Cabela's refers to the men's version

Primaloft Sport 65g/m^2 insulation: Warmest synthetic insulation material, warm even when wet. Extremely compressible. Security chest pocket + two zip hand pockets. Adjustable draw cord at hem.

- Rocky Mountain Trail refers to the men's version

Free Shipping. Adidas Men's Terrex Swift Primaloft Jacket FEATURES of the Adidas Men's Terrex Swift Primaloft Jacket Primaloft Sport 65g/m2 Insulation: Warmest synthetic insulation material, warm even when wet Extremely compressible Security chest pocket + two zip hand pockets Adjustable draw cord at hem SPECIFICATIONS of the Adidas Men's Terrex Swift Primaloft Jacket Weight: 17 oz / 482 gram Athletic fit 100% Polyester

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

The sporty men's adidas Terrex Swift Primaloft Jacket is constructed with warm PrimaLoft insulation and a dynamic Formotion fit for enhanced comfort during fast-paced mountain sports.

- EMS refers to the men's version

Adidas Terrex Swift Primaloft Jacket

previously retailed for:
$29.88 - $125.00

The Adidas Terrex Swift Primaloft Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 29, 2017 at Cabela's.

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