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Features of the DynaFit Women's Borealis PrimaLoft Vest Multiple pockets Stretch insert
T-shirts, sunglasses, and a suntan are the norm for spring touring, but sometimes, though, it gets windy and shady enough that just a shell and t-shirt just aren't sufficient to keep you warm. In those situations, a vest is often the ticket to comfortable temperature regulation without instantly overheating. The Dynafit Borealis Vest is an excellent high-tech vest option for all those times when a full-sleeved jacket is just too much. The nylon outer fabric is treated with a water resistant Paratex coating to keep you dry, and 60g PrimaLoft insulation gives you the core warmth you are looking for. A mesh lining keeps the vest from binding on your underlayer, and stretch side panels ensure a great fit and range of motion. For your cool-weather needs, the Dynafit Borealis Vest is a lightweight, good looking vest that will help you stay in that ideal temperature range that can be so hard to maintain.
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