Outdoor Research Circuit Jacket - Women's

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CLOSEOUTS . An ultralight soft shell for high-energy outdoor activities, Outdoor Researchand#39;s Circuit jacket excels from crag to trail, with durable, stretchy and weather-resistant stretch-woven fabric that moves with you and resists abrasion. Available Colors: BLACK/RIO, ORCHID, ATLANTIS. Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

On Sale. Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Women's Circuit Jacket FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Women's Circuit Jacket Water Resistant Wind Resistant Breathable DWR Coated Zippers Zippered Napoleon Pocket Zippered Internal Pocket with Media Port Two Zippered Hand Pockets Hook/Loop Cuff Closures Drawcord Hem SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Women's Circuit Jacket Weight: (M): 14.6 oz / 415 g Trim Fit Center Back Length: 25in. / 63.5 cm 88% nylon, 12% spandex, stretch woven double weave body 50% nylon, 43% polyester, 7% spandex stretch woven double weave shoulder panels

- Moosejaw

A durable, technical soft shell built for high-energy climbing and spring skiing, the stylish also looks right at home at the office. This product will be shipped directly from Outdoor Research and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only.

- EMS

Outdoor Research Women's Circuit Jacket

previously retailed for:
$39.95 - $150.00

The Outdoor Research Women's Circuit Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 27, 2015 at Sierra Trading Post.

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