Outdoor Research Havoc Insulated Jacket
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When fast-moving, wet - and cold-weather belays or ski descents call for a lightweight, insulated, multi-functional shield against the elements, look no further than the Havoc Jacket. Lightweight and highly technical, the Havoc features warm PrimaLoft Eco 60g insulation behind a durable, weather-resistant and breathable WINDSTOPPER shell. The Havoc is the ideal layer for cold, wet, windy and frequently changing conditions.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 refers to the men's version
CLOSEOUTS . If cold, blustery conditions are wreaking havoc on your mountain adventures, Outdoor Researchand#39;s Havoc jacket shields you from fluctuating conditions. The highly breathable Gore Windstopperand#174; shell is completely windproof and PrimaLoftand#174; Silver synthetic insulation locks in body warmth. Available Colors: PEWTER/LEMONGRASS, BLACK/CHARCOAL, ABYSS/GLACIER. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.
- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version
When fast-moving, cold-weather ascents call for a lightweight, insulated, multi-functional shield against the elements, look no further than the Men's Havoc Insulated Jacket from Outdoor Research. The slimmed down brother of the popular Chaos, the new Havoc is the ideal outer- or mid-layer for cold, wet, windy and frequently changing conditions. Lightweight and highly technical, the Havoc features warm PrimaLoft ECO 60g insulation behind a durable, weather-resistant/breathable WINDSTOPPER shell.
- Altrec Outlet refers to the men's version
It's a different world at 14,000 feet, which is why Outdoor Research created the Men's Havoc Insulated Jacket. A versatile layer for cold-weather belays or ski descents in unpredictable conditions, the Havoc handles cold, wet, windy, and frequently changing conditions. PrimaLoft Silver Eco 60g insulation holds in your body heat, and WindStopper 2L face fabric does just what the name suggests, which is no small feat high in the mountains when the winds can feel like they're going to blow you off your feet. A favorite of Outdoor Research's team of athlete ambassadors, the Havoc features mountain-specific details like the double-separating center front zipper with an internal storm flap to provide further protection against the elements. The fully adjustable hood, drawcord hem, and cuff stretch bindings also help seal out the weather, and the left hand pocket doubles as a stuff sack when you pack this insulated number into your backpack.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version