Eider Furano Jacket

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Eider Men's Furano Jacket FEATURES of the Eider Men's Furano Jacket Removable hood with in.Plug In Systemin. Full front opening with waterproof zip Under arms airvents with reversed zips under flap Inside removable stretch balaclava Removable powder skirt by zip with nonslip band Lycra cuffs with thumb holes Chest pockets with waterproof zips Hand pockets with zips under flaps Skipass zipped pocket under flap Inside zipped and goggle pocket Preshaped elbows Adjustable hem SPECIFICATIONS of the Eider Men's Furano Jacket Main Fabric: Gore-Tex Helios Stretch 2 layers Insulation: Thermal Control System Premium Stretch Lining: Thermoceram, Nylon 210T, Stretch Knit Filling: Primaloft Eco 133gr, 100gr, 60gr Waterproofness: 28.000 mm Breathability: RET This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

You spend your time from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. on the weekends shimmying down chutes, pounding moguls, and burning up corduroy, so you demand a jacket that can move, breathe, and block the snow. Eider designed the Men's Furano Jacket just for you. Get low, catch air, or just be optimally comfy with this jacket made from Gore-Tex Helios Stretch. It's guaranteed waterproof and breathable, and the fully sealed seams won't let moisture get in because they eliminate weak, leaky boundaries. The Furano offers light body-mapped synthetic insulation (Thermal Control System Stretch) for dry, warm, all-day protection with Primaloft Eco in the body (133g and 100g) and sleeves (60g). Thermoceram stretch knit lining works with the shell fabric to provide unlimited range of motion. The clean silhouette of the Furano doesn't scream "Look at all of these features!" but there are tons of them to help you maximize your time on the hill. Removable, adjustable hood with the Plug-In System adds warmth and protection when you need it. If you don't rock a beard, you'll definitely appreciate the removable stretch balaclava. On the flip side, if you get super warm while shredding, you can dump heat out of the under arm air vents that has reversed zips under the flap. The removable powder skirt with non-slip band seals out deep snow and draft, while the Lycra stretch wrist gaiters with thumbholes keep snow out and won't ride up your wrists. Two zippered hand pockets with flaps and a chest pocket with waterproof zips protect and store essentials, and the pass and interior zippered and goggle pockets provide handy access to these items.

- Backcountry.com

The best in fit, form and function are yours with the Eider Furano Jacket for men. This ski jacket features 100% GORE-TEX stretch with Primaloft Eco insulation. From powder day to spring groomers, the Furano is the only ski jacket you need. You get the best in waterproof and breathable technology from Gore-Tex and lightweight, low-bulk warmth from Primaloft. Eider adds the little details that set this jacket apart from the competition including Lycra cuffs with thumb loops and pit-zip ventilation. The cuffs make a big difference on cold days and the pit zips extend the Furano's functionality when it comes time to test your mettle on the boot pack or it's time to kickback in the afternoon sun. The technical hood is removable, so you can define the jacket's style, and you'll find functional pockets for goggles, ski pass and electronics.

- Altrec Outlet

Eider Furano Jacket

previously retailed for:
$439.99 - $639.99

The Eider Furano Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 23, 2015 at Moosejaw.

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