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Set deep in the Western Maine mountains, Rangeley is a paradise for skiers and outdoor enthusiasts. We designed this jacket with two distinct layers, giving you the versatility and performance you need for the slopes and casual style for heading into town. Inspired by our Field Coat, the shell is made of a rugged canvas-like-textured TEK2 nylon that's waterproof to seal out wet winter weather. Built-in powder skirt protects your core from wind and snow, and can be removed for casual wear. Adjustable cuffs and hem seal out cold blasts, while the three-point adjustable, removable hood adds extra coverage in blowing snow. Inside, stretch mesh pockets hold essentials. Removable plaid liner is made of a thick polyester sherpa fleece that gives extra warmth, breathes well and dries fast. Shoulders are reinforced with rugged nylon. Snap-closure chest pockets give easy-access storage. Interlock 3-in-1 system secures the layers together at the cuffs, armholes and center collar for a great fit. Imported. Machine wash and dry. Fit Relaxed; best with midweight layer; falls below hip.
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