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On Sale. Free Shipping. Isis Women's Nimble Jacket FEATURES of the Isis Women's Nimble Jacket 3.5in. stand collar Velved-lined collar Reverse coil zip handwarmer pockets Laser cut and bonded snowflake earphone portal Lycra cuffs ISIS Star tape Zip inner security pocket new! SPECIFICATIONS of the Isis Women's Nimble Jacket Body Length: 27.5in. Fabric: Jet Lite - 1.3 oz 100% polyester Insulation: 60 gm Thermacool Soft

- Moosejaw

A lightweight and compressible puffy, the Isis Nimble Jacket blocks the wind, sheds the snow, and keeps you warm all day long.

- EMS

Want a jacket that blocks wind, sheds snow, and will keep you warm? The Nimble Jacket from Isis is a great synthetic-puffy jacket that will add warmth not bulk. It has enough street style with all the technical punch you want from a puffy jacket.

- CampSaver.com

The Isis Nimble jacket is a great synthetic jacket that blocks wind, sheds snow and keeps you warm. This non-bulky choice has both street style and technical punch. Outer shell is weather resistant and durable; Thermacool(R)soft synthetic insulation mimics lofty down clusters to trap air and sustain loft for superb warmth. 2-way front zipper continues up through the tall collar to protect lower face when it's cold and windy; velvet-lined chin guard is soft next to skin. Soft, stretchy binding trims cuffs and hood. Isis Nimble jacket features reverse-coil zip handwarmer pockets; internal zip security pocket includes an earphone portal.

- REI

Isis Nimble Jacket

previously retailed for:
$93.99 - $188.95

The Isis Nimble Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 18, 2015 at Moosejaw.

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