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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Eider's Men's Jackson Hole Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Eider dedicated extra attention to designing a jacket sharing the name of a prime ski town, and the resulting Jackson Hole Jacket would make its namesake proud. Elder's proprietary Defender shell couples with a Cormax lining for a combination of weather resistance and comfort. Strategically insulated, the arms and body offer specific heat retention based on the body's needs during high aerobic output in a cold environment.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Eider Mens Jackson Hole Jacket - Closeout - The most versatile ski jacket of Eider Wide Angle range: a 2 layer Defender(R) jacket Amovible hood by >: Optimum comfort helmet on or off Front opening with injected zip: For perfect waterproofness Airvents under arms, 2 ways zipper under flap: For a perfect moisture management Removable powder skirt with non-slip band: Prevent from snow to get in / Adaptable to weather conditions Chest pocket with waterproof injected zip and Inprotec reinforcements: Better waterproofness and resistance from abrasion thanks to reinforcements skipass zipped pocket Internal and goggle pockets: For more storage Adjustable cuffs by Velcro and adjustable hem: Great waterproofness of sleeves/ easy to put the jacket even with gloves on lycra Cuffs Defender Twill Crossing 2 Layers: Stretch, soft and comfortable, nice hand-feeling Twill structure that makes the design original Waterproofness: 10.000 mm Breathability: 15.000g/m^2/24h 1009 gr / 35.59 oz

- Massey's Outfitters refers to the men's version

Eider Jackson Hole Jacket

previously retailed for:
$149.98 - $369.95

The Eider Jackson Hole Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 23, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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