Mountain Hardwear Artisan Jacket
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On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Men's Artisan Jacket FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Artisan Jacket RECCO avalanche rescue reflector embedded in the style Fixed adjustable powder skirt with tuck away snaps Drop hood: 3-way adjustable, helmet compatible Internal mesh stow pockets Key clip in wearer's left pocket Hem adjuster in hand pockets and hidden hem release Goggle wipe Two zip handwarmer pockets, with two flap cargo pockets Two contrast chest pockets that double as core ventilation Pit zips for additional ventilation
CLOSEOUTS . While you're out honing your craft on the slopes, Mountain Hardwear's Artisan Dry.Q(R) Core jacket is performing its own art with superior Dry.Q waterproofing and ample Thermic Micro TK in a variable MicroClimate Zoning construction. Available Colors: BLACK, ELM, SEA LEVEL. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.
- Sierra Trading Post
The Mountain Hardwear Artisan Jacket has superior Dry.Q waterproofing and ample Thermic Micro TK in a variable MicroClimate Zoning construction.
Warmth plus mobility--get the best of both worlds. The Artisan Jacket wraps 80 grams of Thermal.QTM synthetic insulation around your core for warmth, and 60 grams along the arms for freedom of movement. Notice the helmet compatible hood and subtle herringbone pattern on the jacket's exterior. Waterproof/breathable Dry.QTM technology locks out the elements while allowing heat and perspiration to pass outward.
- Mountain Hardwear
Painstakingly designed by the most well-respected gear craftsmen in all the land, the Mountain Hardwear Artisan Men's Jacket is approved by the International Federation of Outerwear Guildsmen (or would be, if such a thing existed) for dryness, warmth, and mobility in burly winter conditions. Using Mountain Hardwear's Dry. Q Core membrane to keep you dry and Thermal. Q synthetic insulation to keep you warm, the Artisan's a certified storm-crusher, and it also features underarm zips and chest pocket vents to keep you right in the temperature sweet spot if the day warms up. When the pow gets waist-deep, lock down the snap-away powder skirt to keep lower half dry, flip up the helmet-compatible hood to protect your dome, and shred without fear. Synthetic insulation's tough and versatile, and keeps you warm even if it gets soggy, so you don't have to worry about blindingly deep snow turning you into an iceman. Mountain Hardwear even tossed in a Recco reflector as an in-bounds avalanche safety backup.