Craft PXC SoftShell Jacket

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Craft's PXC SoftShell Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . Zip up this soft shell and up the comfort factor in your morning run! Thanks to a flexible fleece interior, windproof front and reflective detailing, Craft Sportswear PXC (Performance Cross Country) jacket is the ultimate in outdoor workout wear. Available Colors: EMBER, SODA, BLACK, MAGIC, THUNDER, RUSSIAN ROSE. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XS.

- Sierra Trading Post

Don't let cold weather slow you down! The Craft PXC women's soft-shell jacket offers excellent wind-blocking, moisture-wicking performance and free-moving comfort for fast-paced wintertime pursuits. Sturdy polyester fabric at front features a laminated layer for exceptional wind-blocking performance; slight stretch to fabric and soft hand ensures movement and comfort. Stretchy polyester fleece fabric panel at back increases breathability, moisture management and flexibility. Seams on sleeves are strategically placed to maximize movement and comfort. 2 zippered handwarmer pockets are great for stashing small essentials. Zippered back pocket is designed for use with a portable media player. Thin inner cuffs of stretch polyester fleece up comfort around wrists by helping seal out the elements. Reflective detailing increases your visibility in low light. The women's Craft PXC soft-shell jacket is slightly fitted to skim the body.


Craft PXC SoftShell Jacket


The Craft PXC SoftShell Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 11, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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