Mammut Rash Jacket
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CLOSEOUTS . Nobody said warmth had to come with bulky, swishy jackets! Which is why Mammut made the Rash soft shell jacket; its ultra lightweight construction and Gore Windstopper(R) fabric keeps you comfortably protected from town to trail. Available Colors: FIRE, PANSY, BLACK, WHITE, AZALEE, BUD GREEN, FLASH/FLASH, PALAU/PALAU. Sizes: M, S, XL, L, XS.
- Sierra Trading Post
The Mammut Rash Jacket completely eliminates windchill, keeping you warmer and more comfortable when youre on the trial. The small packing volume will have you constantly reaching for this jacket instead of your other, more bulky, layers. And the highly breathable GORE WINDSTOPPER material and underarm zips make it an ideal choice for strenuous activities. Mammut rounds out the package with two front zip pockets and a chest pocket, which are great for storing energy bars or stashing your keys.
The lightest WINDSTOPPER(R) Soft Shell jacket available (290g.), the Women's Rash Jacket from Mammut is highly breathable during an aerobic adventure, blocks a biting breeze, and gives plenty of mobility. This low packing volume jacket works great as an active outer shell or helps to insulates nicely when used as a midlayer as you test the limits while attacking a multipitch rockclimb, backpacking, classic alpinism, Via Ferrata, hiking, or trail running. With underarm ventilation, the Rash Jacket features 1 chest pocket with zip and 2 front zip pockets for stashing energy Gu and essentials.
- Altrec Outdoors
This lightweight jacket from Mammut is perfect for bckpacking and other outdoor sports. PRODUCT FEATURES: 1 affixed arm pocket 2 front zip pockets Underarm ventilation Stretch material for freedom of movement GORE WINDSTOPPER , windproof and breathable Small packing volume, low weight With membrane Optimally suitable for Multipitch Rock climbing, Backpacking, Classical Alpinism Suitable for Via Ferrata, Mountain Hiking, Trail Running
- Appalachian Outdoors