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When the going gets technical, the exposure gets serious, and weather gets unpredictable, you'll be glad the Outdoor Research Lodestar Men's Softshell Jacket is there to keep you protected. This fully breathable, stretchy, and water-resistant softshell is built from a combination of Polartec Power Shield High Loft and strategically placed Polartec Power Shield Pro waterproof panels, so it'll keep cold morning fog, alpine clouds, and light snow from turning your mountain adventure into a cold and soggy disaster. Technical environments require precise movement, too, so the Lodestar is built with movement-mirroring stretch and articulated elbows to let you place ice screws, climb technical pitches, and crush long ascents in comfort. The underarm zips keep you cool, the helmet-compatible hood keeps you warm and dry, and the strategically placed pockets help you stay organized so you can move quickly and efficiently when the chips are down.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

CLOSEOUTS . Outdoor Researchand#39;s Lodestar Polartecand#174; Power Shieldand#174; jacket is built for alpine and backcountry adventures. The supple, soft shell is wind- and water resistant, dries quickly, and has a fleece backing for added warmth without added bulk. Pass-through pit zips offer ventilation when you need it, and the wire-brimmed hood is helmet compatible. Available Colors: BLACK, EMBER, PEWTER, BLACK/HYDRO, LEMONGRASS. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version

Outdoor Research's Lodestar Jacket is perfect for frigid stop-and-go alpine activites such as climbing and skiing. Waterproof and breathable, this jacket is built to perform in all temperatures and conditions with a helmet-compatible hood, pit zips, and three zippered pockets for supreme functionality.

- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version

On Sale. Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Men's Lodestar Jacket FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Men's Lodestar Jacket Hybrid mapped construction Water resistant Wind resistant Breathable Durable Movement-mirroring stretch Fully adjustable hood fits over helmet Adjustable wire-brimmed hood Bonded-in-hood cord locks Internal front-zip storm flap Pit zips Zippered napoleon pocket Two zippered hand pockets Articulated elbows Shaped hook/loop cuff closures

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

With the perfect balance of breathability and weather protection, the Outdoor Research Men's Lodestar Jacket was designed for ice and alpine climbing. With a hybrid-mapped design, it blends lightweight, breathable Polartec Power Shield Pro with super warm Polartec Power Shield High Loft were you need it most, to create a superior cold weather performer. 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.. . . . Hybrid mapped construction: Polartec Power Shield Pro. Power Shield High Loft fabric: 25% warmer and 25% lighter than other Power Shield fabrics. Durable, abrasion-resistant nylon face fabric with polyester backer for warmth. Highly wind and water resistant, incredibly breathable, moisture wicking, and quick drying with movement-mirroring stretch. Power Shield Pro fabric/shoulders and hood: Membrane sandwiched between smooth face and polyester back blocks 99% of wind, allows moisture transfer, improving breathability. Fully adjustable hood fits over helmet. Single separating center-front zipper. Internal front zip storm flap. Zippered Napoleon pocket. Two zippered hand pockets. Hook-and-loop cuff closures. Drawcord hem.

- EMS refers to the men's version

Outdoor Research Lodestar Jacket

previously retailed for:
$179.98 - $475.00

The Outdoor Research Lodestar Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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