Marmot Afterburner Vest

Specs

Weight 1 lbs / 453.6 g
Main Material WINDSTOPPER® Fleece 100% Polyester 7.2 oz/yd

Where to Buy

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Marmot's Afterburner Vest page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

You'll be warm as a jet engine even in the windiest conditions when you zip up the Marmot Men's Afterburner Fleece Vest. Thanks to Gore Windstopper fleece, this lightweight vest creates a completely windproof barrier between your core and the drafty elements. Wear it over a light shirt for late-spring skiing and climbing, or under a shell for a little added heat retention.

- Backcountry Outlet

You're turning up the heat every time you throw on Marmot's Afterburner vest - a lightweight piece that provides full throttle wind protection and abrasion resistant nylon shoulder reinforcements. WINDSTOPPER fabric provides tough wind protection, and soft fleece gives you the right amount of insulation for high-aerobic activities. The trim fit and alpine design work for base camps and bistros.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Marmot Men's Afterburner Vest DECENT FEATURES of the Marmot Men's Afterburner Vest Gore Windstopper Nylon Reinforcement Elastic Draw Cord Hem Zippered Handwarmer Pockets Wind Flap Behind Front Zipper with Chin Guard The SPECS of the Marmot Men's Afterburner Vest Weight: 1 lb / 454 g Center Back Length: Medium: 27in. Material: Windstopper Fleece 100% Polyester 7.2 oz/yd Reinforcement: M-300 4.0 oz 100% Nylon Taslan

- Moosejaw

Youll be warm as a jet engine even in the windiest conditions when you zip up the Marmot Mens Afterburner Fleece Vest. Thanks to Gore Windstopper fleece, this lightweight vest creates a completely windproof barrier between your core and the drafty elements. Wear it over a light shirt for late-spring skiing and climbing, or under a shell for a little added heat retention.

- Backcountry.com