Mountain Hardwear Urbanite Traveler Jacket


Weight 15.7 oz / 446 g
Center Back Length 26 in / 66 cm
Body Fabric Reyes™ Faille
Lining Fabric So Fine™ Technical Jersey

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A jacket engineered for the journey. From its stowable hood to its four roomy cargo pockets, the Urbanite is perfect for people on the move. Its durable ripstop fabric sheds light rain and wind, and subtle venting in the back helps you stay dry and comfortable.

- Mountain Hardwear

Ready for anything, from remote train stations in eastern Europe to the city lights of Japan, Mountain Hardwear's Urbanite Traveler Jacket protects you from rigors of travel with a water-resistant fabric and comfortable construction. Your arms are free to move in the articulated sleeves with thumbloops while the durable water repellent (DWR) finish and Chitosan-treated liner ensure that you stay dry and odor-free despite drizzly skies and hot buses.

- Mountain Gear

Whether your plans include an international flight, a walk in the dog park, or a trip to the farmers' market, the Mountain Hardwear Women's Urbanite Traveler Jacket has the right blend of comfort, functionality, and city style. A DWR finish on the exterior and a low-profile hood provide some protection if you get caught in a rain shower while the internal security pocket gives you a safe place to stow your passport or wallet when you're on the run.


CLOSEOUTS . Are you an urbanite who travels light? Make room for Mountain Hardwear's Urbanite Traveler jacket, treated with DWR to repel light drizzle and designed with six-snap cuffs for style. Available Colors: MOON DUST, KHAKI, BLUE ICE, BLACK, GREENERY, BLUE ICE. Sizes: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16.

- Sierra Trading Post

Mountain Hardwear Urbanite Traveler Jacket


The Urbanite Traveler Jacket has been discontinued.


The Mountain Hardwear Urbanite Traveler Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 28, 2016 at Mountain Hardwear.

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