Outdoor Research StormBound Jacket

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Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Men's Stormbound Jacket FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Men's Stormbound Jacket Waterproof Windproof Breathable Durable Fully Seam Taped Bonded Down Channels Water-Resistant Zippers Fully Adjustable Hood Fits Over Helmet Bonded-In-Hood Cord locks In-pocket Goggle Wipe with Tether Double-Separating Front Zipper Internal Front-Zip Storm flap Double-Sliding Pit Zippers Zippered Napoleon Pocket with Media Port Internal Shove-It Pocket Two Zippered Hand Pockets Inner Lift Pass Pocket Integrated Recco Reflector Removable Powder Skirt with Lock Down Technology Articulated Elbows Thumb Drive Hook/Loop Cuff Closures Drawcord Hem SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Men's Stormbound Jacket Weight: 32.1 oz / 1137 g Relaxed fit Center Back Length: 31in. / 79 cm Pertex Shield+ 2L, 68% polyester, 32% nylon 40D face fabric 650 fill power down insulation Thermore 100% polyester insulation in collar and below the powder skirt

- Moosejaw

Red Mountain?s wildly deep snow, challenging terrain and blisteringly cold temperatures require a highly technical, warm and waterproof jacket. Built for big-mountain freeride, the fully seam sealed Stormbound Jacket seals out the snow and holds in the heat thanks to the waterproof, breathable Pertex Shield+ outer and a combination of bonded channels filled with 650 fill power down, and strategically-placed Thermore synthetic insulation. The Stormbound comes equipped with a zip-out powder skirt, helmet-compatible hood and zippered pit zips to dump excess heat.

- RockCreek

Big, mean storms might dump the deepest, lightest snow you've ever seen, but without the insulation and waterproof goodness of the Outdoor Research Stormbound Jacket, you might as well just give up and go back to the hot tub. The 650-fill down and strategically placed Thermocore synthetic insulation traps your core's heat while the Pertex Shield+ waterproof and breathable membrane, fully taped seams, and water-resistant zippers stop the snow from getting inside your shred fortress. Not many jackets have a similar combination of warmth and waterproofing, which makes the Stormbound an essential piece of gear if you're hitting the icy but sometimes-soggy slopes of BC, New England, or California. The Stormbound also has all the features you'd expect to find in a technical ski jacket, like zippered underarm vents, a removable LockDown powder skirt, helmet-compatible hood, and an internal media pocket to keep the tunes blasting from your first lap to your last. Outdoor research also hooked it up with an internal pocket for your ski pass, a large drop-in pocket for goggles, gloves, or skins, and articulated elbows to keep you ripping comfortably without restriction. There's also an integrated Recco reflector, which gives you a bit of safety back-up in case of in-bounds accidents.

- Backcountry.com

CLOSEOUTS . Outdoor Research's Stormbound down jacket features toasty 650 fill power down insulation, a Pertexand#174; Shield waterproof breathable shell and removable powder skirt, making it best suited for epic conditions. Available Colors: CHEDDAR, PEWTER, BLACK, HOT SAUCE/CHARCOAL. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XS, 2XL, 2XS.

- Sierra Trading Post