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Arc'teryx Keibo Jacket

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Master of your domain, you expect everyone and everything to surpass the exceedingly high standards you've set. Apparently, Arc'teryx engineers heard you and have created the Men's Keibo Jacket to slake your seemingly unquenchable thirst for non-stop face shots in a relentlessly durable and weatherproof jacket. Soft and lissom, the Gore-Tex 3L shell delivers weather protection while CoreLoft Compact insulation fights off brutally cold temperatures. Whether you slip soundlessly through the trees or charge down chutes, the Keibo keeps you warm and dry. You get Gore-Tex--guaranteed waterproof and guaranteed breathable. Blizzard' Bah. Soaked in sweat' Surely not. But, 3L tricot tech' You get the same burly-tough nylon on the outside and the storm-crushing Gore-Tex laminate keeps you dry and sweat-free, but against your skin lies sinfully soft polyester tricot. Designed for your laid-back, in-bound days, the lining adds an extra kiss of warmth while still letting your boarding body breath. If you choose to hump up a hill, open the mesh-lined underarm vents for a rapid cool-down. Compact Coreloft insulation provides warmth for half the mass of typical polyester insulation. You get body-loving warmth without getting bulky. A further array of luxury and comfort features are integrated into the Keibo for snow-sport savvy: helmet-compatible hood, powder skirt, insulated collar and chin guard, plus pockets-a-plenty. With the right pair of pants, the Slide n' Lock attachment on the powder skirt lets you create an Arc'teryx snow-suit for full-body protection. Pants or not, the Keibo whispers sweet nothings to the deep powder crowd and winter addicts who looking for big-mountain thrills.

- Backcountry.com