MontBell Alpine Ridge Parka

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The Mont Bell Alpine Ridge Parka is an essential piece of four season foul weather gear. Outfitted with our most breathable membrane, stretchy fabric for reinforcement, pit zips, and a wealth of pockets this jacket has comfort written all over it. Cut slightly larger to accommodate insulating layers this hard shell excels whether waiting out a summer thunderstorm or claiming early morning turns in your favorite backcountry powder.


On Sale. Free Shipping. MontBell Alpine Ridge Parka FEATURES of the MontBell Alpine Ridge Parka Fully seam taped 2 zippered hand pockets Weather resistant Aqua-Tect zipper 13.4in. pit zips 2 inner pockets (1 zippered) Draw cords for waist and hem adjustment hidden in pockets 3-way adjustable hood Adjustable alpine cuff Slightly articulated arms 3in. drop tail Stuff sack included SPECIFICATIONS of the MontBell Alpine Ridge Parka 3-layer Super Hydro Breeze technology 40-denier antigrease rip-stop nylon 70-denier antigrease Ballistic nylon 2-way stretch twill for reinforcement Water resistance: 20,000 mm Breathability: 15,000 g/m2 / 24 hrs Center Back Length: 29.9in. (Size M) Weight: (M): 19.3 oz Compressed: 5.3in. x 8.8in. We cannot ship MontBell products outside the United States or Canada. Sorry about everything. Moosejaw CANNOT ship this product outside of the United States or Canada. Sorry about everything.

- Moosejaw

MontBell Alpine Ridge Parka

previously retailed for:
$99.50 - $118.99

The MontBell Alpine Ridge Parka is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 30, 2014 at

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