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Retailers' Descriptions

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This 3-Layer waterproof breathable shell is designed to be the first layer of protection against the elements. The Durable Random rip-stop face fabric will keep the harsh outdoor elements at bay while the Moisture Tex membrane allows your bodies moisture to escape. The end result, you stay warm and dry. The Adverse also incorporates several customizable features like removable full coverage hood that can accommodate a helmet, and removable pads. The Adverse Shell has been designed to work in conjunction with the Adverse Bibs and Skarn Pants to provide full body weather protection. Designed for: 4-Season Adventures, Mountaineering, Climbing, Backcountry Skiing, and Expedition Use. Fabric: MT3 MoistureTek 3: 3-layer waterproof/breathable laminate bonded to an incredibly durable random rip-stop nylon face and soft tricot backing. Features: Welded watertight hand pockets Zip-off helmet compatible hood 4-point hood adjustment CircumVent pit zips Removable shoulder & elbow pads Internal mesh water bottle pocket One-handed draw cord construction Fully taped seams Women's style specifically engineered for women

- Moosejaw

Ground Women's Adverse Shell


The Women's Adverse Shell has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:

The Ground Women's Adverse Shell is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen sometime before 2006 at Moosejaw.

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