Mountain Hardwear Automator Jacket


Weight 2 lb 10 oz / 1.18 kg
Center Back Length 33 in / 84 cm
Body Fabric Twill 2L
Insulation Thermic Microâ„¢

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Mountain Hardwear's Automator Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Get full coverage this winter in Mountain Hardwear's Automator Jacket which employs waterproof Dry.Q Core technology to shed precip while remaining oh-so breathable. A light layer of synthetic Thermic Micro insulation traps warmth close without getting too bulky on you.

- Mountain Gear

CLOSEOUTS . The rugged and durable Mountain Hardwear Automator Dry.Q Core jacket will keep you warm and dry all day as you shred powder at your favorite mountain. Available Colors: GRILL /BLACK, RED/THUNDERBIRD RED. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Men's Automator Jacket DECENT FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Automator Jacket Removable zip-off hood Removable, adjustable, stretch powder skirt Pit zips for additional ventilation Soft, in.Butter Jerseyin. cuffs Plenty of interior pockets for all your gear One-handed hood and hem drawcords for quick adjustments Zip handwarmer pockets Micro-Chamois-lined chin guard eliminates zipper chafe The SPECS Average Weight: 2 lbs 10 oz / 1.18 kg Center Back Length: 33in. / 84 cm Fabric: Body: Downhill Twill 2L (100% nylon), Insulation: Thermic Micro

- Moosejaw

It's about the run, not the weather. The rugged Men's Automator Jacket from Mountain Hardwear is lightly insulated for extra warmth, with a longer length for full coverage. Full waterproof/breathable protection.

- Altrec Outdoors

Mountain Hardwear Automator Jacket


The Mountain Hardwear Automator Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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