Cloudveil Run Don't Walk Vest

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Cloudveil Men's Run Don't Walk Vest is an ideal warm layer for aerobic exercises from skate skiing and snow shoveling to winter running. Flexible Polartec Power Stretch adds insulation in the front and back, while Polartec Power Dry side panels decrease overall density. The seven-ounce weight makes it perfect to pack along for a weekend ski trip, on an extended Nordic tour or as insurance against an approaching front. Features Include: full front zipper with locking slider, stretch side panels, chest pocket. Materials: Polartec Power Stretch fleece with Polartec Power Dry side panels. Weight: 7 oz.. Available Colors: Black only

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Whipping wind and winter weather are no match for the hard-face Polartec fleece of the Cloudveil Men's Run Don't Walk Vest. At seven ounces this vest is ideal for lightweight cold-weather pursuits that require an additional touch of warmth without the bulk. A small chest pocket holds your keys or cell phone, and the full front zipper has a locking slide so it won't creep open when you're on the move. Cloudveil even added stretch side panels so you won't feel restricted in case you have to bend over to adjust your boots, check the snowpack, or do some jumping jacks at the summit of your winter hike.


Cloudveil Run Don't Walk Vest


The Cloudveil Run Don't Walk Vest is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 1, 2011 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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