Mountain Hardwear Kryos Jacket
2 lb 9 oz / 1.15 kg
|Center Back Length||
32 in / 81 cm
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On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Men's Kryos Jacket FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Kryos Jacket Attached, insulated hood Removable stretch powder skirt One-handed hood and hem drawcords for quick adjustments Pit zips for quick venting Zip handwarmer pockets Plenty of interior pockets for all your gear Soft, in.Butter Jerseyin. cuffs Micro-Chamois-lined chin guard prevents zipper chafe SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Kryos Jacket Average Weight: 2 lbs 9 oz / 1.15 kg Center Back Length: 32in. / 81 cm Fabric: Body: Downhill Twill 2L (100% nylon), Insulation: Thermic Micro
The Mountain Hardwear Kryos Jacket is a fully equipped snowsports jacket that thrives in cold climates. Attached, insulated hood Removable stretch powder skirt One-handed hood and hem drawcords for quick adjustments Pit zips for quick venting Zip handwarmer pockets Plenty of internal pockets for all you gear Soft Butter Jersey cuffs Micro-Chamois-lined chin guard prevents zipper chafe
With amazing waterproof and breathable performance the Mountain Hardwear Kryos Jacket for men is the perfect choice for high alpine adventures. Whether youre getting fresh tracks on your local resort or summiting a far off peak this winter jacket will keep you warm with Thermic Micro insulation that has better loft and packs down smaller than standard poly fill. Two layers of nylon twill sandwich a Dry.Q core membrane that locks out water while allowing your skin to breathe keeping you dry and cool on hard hikes. In a classic zip up style with an attached insulated adjustable hood this parka has a timeless look that is equally at home in the mountain and on the town. With a powder skirt and adjustable cuffs snow wont find its way in when making bottomless powder turns in your favorite backcountry stash.
- Altrec Outlet
The Mountain Hardwear Kryos Jacket combines weather-beating materials and synthetic insulation to make sure that you are comfortable even in heavy-hitting precipitation and freezing temps. You'll be ready for backcountry skiing in all kinds of weather and conditions.