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Remember those Bond ski-chase scenes? This debonair insulated shell fits the 007 profile: refined waterproof fabric, classy lines and stealth performance worthy of your outside double-agent life. Low bulk Opti-Warm quilted insulation heats up this sleek jacket, replete with draft-averse, stretchy quick dry cuffs, pit zips, zip-secure media pocket, removable powder skirt and venting mesh back panel.

- Merrell

Free Shipping. Merrell Men's Kennebec Jacket FEATURES of the Merrell Men's Kennebec Jacket 100 g (body) / 80 g (sleeve) Opti-Warm insulation Fully taped seams Stretchy, quick-drying cuff with thumbhole seals out cold Mesh back panel regulates heat/moisture Insulated, contoured, removable hood Interior security media pocket Mesh-lined pit-zips shifted forward for optimal venting Removable powder skirt seals out snow or snaps out of way Drawcord adjustable hem SPECIFICATIONS of the Merrell Men's Kennebec Jacket 2-layer Merrell Opti-Shell waterproof, breathable fabric keeps you dry and comfortable Merrell Opti-Warm lightweight, low-bulk synthetic insulation keeps you warm 100% polyester 10.000 mm/ 10.000 g/m2/24hr Center Back Length: Large: 32in.

- Moosejaw

Remember those Bond ski-chase scenes? The debonair insulated shell fits the 007 profile: refined waterproof fabric, classy lines and stealth performance worthy of your outside double-agent life. Low bulk Opti-Warm quilted insulation heats up this sleek jacket, replete with draft-averse, stretchy quick dry cuffs, pit zips, zip-secure media pocket, removable powder skirt and venting mesh back panel.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Merrell Kennebec

previously retailed for:
$228.90 - $229.00

The Merrell Kennebec is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 13, 2014 at Moosejaw.

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