Mountain Hardwear Asteria Jacket

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Specs

Weight 1 lb 1 oz / 469 g
Center Back Length 27.5 in / 70 cm
Body Fabric Dry.Q™ Elite 70D 3L

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Women's Asteria Jacket FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Asteria Jacket Helmet-compatible hood with single-pull adjustment system and extra beefy brim Chest-high hand pockets accommodate a harness or pack Super light, extra-long pit zips for ventilation Welded watertight pockets and zips seal out moisture Interior zip pocket for keys, ID, other small items Micro-Chamois-lined chin guard eliminates zipper chafe 80 Wash DWR SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Asteria Jacket Average Weight: 1 lb 1 oz / 469 g Center Back Length: 27.5in. / 70 cm Fabric: Body: 70D 3 Layer (100% nylon)

- Moosejaw

Bid the low-altitude world adieu and set out in your Mountain Hardwear Women's Asteria Jacket. The Asteria's trim, alpine fit isn't bulky, and easily accessible chest pockets keep your essentials readily available even while you wear a harness. Mountain Hardwear's proprietary DryQ Elite fabric sheds moisture but maintains breathability, and if you get too hot you can dump excess heat via extra long underarm zip vents.

- Backcountry.com

Mountain Hardwears most durable 3-layer shell, the Women's Asteria Jacket provides outstanding protection in the harshest environments. DryQ Elite waterproof/breathable fabric moves heat and body vapor fast to keep you dry on the inside as well as outside.

- Altrec Outlet

The Asteria Jacket from Mountain Hardwear is crafted with a bomber 3 layer nylon shell equipped with Dry.Q Elite membrane that gives you waterproof and windproof protection in extreme weather conditions. The always-on air permeability fabric moves internal moisture vapor away from your body so you concentrate on your lines, not a sweaty core.

- Mountain Gear