Millet W3 WDS Composite

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Millet's W3 WDS Composite page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Millet Men's W3 WDS Composite Jacket makes an ideal layering piece for super-cold climates or a breathable shell for the athlete who is involved in intense aerobic winter activities.


For a sweet alpine adventure when there's lots of wind, reach for the Men's Millet W3 WDS Composite Jacket and know you're set to climb in any gusty conditions. Constructed with X Windstopper FAST technology for the ultimate in windy weather protection, as well as Flex Comfort construction for sweet ease of movement and freedom of reach, this seam-sealed, hooded, full-zip shell is exactly what you're looking for in a lightweight alpine jacket. Not to mention, the Millet W3 WDS Composite Jacket for men is helmet-compatible and comes equipped with two handwarmer pockets and one zipped chest pocket for hands, chapstick, or trail mix.

- Altrec Outlet

Millet W3 WDS Composite Jacket - Closeout - Action jacket with COMPOSIT construction, dedicated to the mountains The comfort of windproof stretch Easy HoodTM waterproof integral-hood concept: modular height adjustment, automatic depth adjustment 2 high handwarmer pockets Large underarm zip vents Preformed Flex Comfort elbows Velcro cuff adjusters Hem adjusts with drawcord and autolocks. 0,495 kg.

- Massey's Outfitters

Millet W3 WDS Composite

previously retailed for:
$119.94 - $197.89

The Millet W3 WDS Composite is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 18, 2013 at

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