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The Mountain Hardwear A'Parka'lypse Jacket has waterproof breathable fabric to keep you dry, zip vents to keep you cool, and a stretch powder skirt to keep deep snow outall wrapped in a look fit for the park or a peak far beyond the ropes.
On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Men's The A'Parkalypse FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Men's The A'Parkalypse Attached, adjustable, helmet compatible hood Pit zips for additional ventilation Attached, adjustable stretch powder skirt Plenty of interior pockets for all your gear Zip handwarmer pockets and chest pocket One-handed hood and hem drawcords for quick adjustments Micro-Chamois-lined chin guard eliminates zipper chafe SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountain Hardwear Men's The A'Parkalypse Average Weight: 2 lbs 5 oz / 1.05 kg Center Back Length: 32in. / 81 cm Body: Hi-Five 30D Rip (100% nylon) Insulation: Pluma de ganso 800-Fill
Mountain Hardwear Men's A'Parka'lypse Jacket - The Men's A'Parka'lypse Jacket by Mountain Hardwear sheds the snow quickly and has just the right amount of synthetic insulation to keep you warm on the chair. The Dry.Q fabric provides waterproof protection against harsh elements, and it breathes to help you regulate your temperature. The relaxed fit leaves ample room for insulating layers underneath and synthetic Thermic Micro insulation gives you plenty of warmth without adding unnecessary bulk or weight. The attached hood is large enough to pull over a helmet and fully adjustable, while the underarm zips allow you to release excess heat while providing ventilation. An adjustable powder skirt made of a stretch material to create a tight fit is attached and an array of interior pockets give you storage for any personal items you may need. Whether you are going across the country to a mountain peak, or just down the street to the neighborhood park, you will love the Men's A'Parka'lypse Jacket by Mountain Hardwear.
Recently, Mountain Hardwear decided it was time for a change. It set to work engineering a line of jackets with all the weatherproofing necessary for a hardcore skier to withstand the elements, but with a more relaxed style fit for the freeride attitude. And thus, the Men's A'parka'lypse Jacket was born. You'll find waterproof breathable fabric to keep you dry, zip vents to keep you cool, and a stretch powder skirt to keep deep snow out--all wrapped in a look fit for the park or a peak far beyond the ropes.
Mountain Hardwear: Men's A'Parka'lypse: Thick enough to keep away the chill but thin enough for mobility. 60 grams of Thermic Micro synthetic insulation kicks back plenty of warmth and Dry.Q technology passes perspiration as it sheds rain and snow. Tons of storage options, including a pass pocket on the sleeve. Attached, adjustable, helmet compatible hood Pit zips for additional ventilation Attached, adjustable stretch powder skirt Plenty of interior pockets for all your gear Zip handwarmer pockets and chest pocket One-handed hood and hem drawcords for quick adjustments Micro-Chamois-lined chin guard eliminates zipper chafe
- Mountain Hardwear
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