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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Outdoor Research's Men's Transfer Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Transfer Jacket from Outdoor Research is popular for a reason: it can handle being out on the trail all weekend, and you can brush off the dirt and wear it to happy hour after work on Monday (provided you didn't sweat too much in it or spill camp-stove mac and cheese on it). The Transfer Jacket is back with brand-new trim and colors and the same go-to functionality. The 40-denier twill face resists wind and rain, and the micro-fleece backer keeps you comfortable inside.

- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version

The Outdoor Research Men's Transfer Jacket. Breathable, soft shell outer layer for warmer back countrydays or shoulder-season adventures. Features of the Outdoor Research Men's Transfer Hoodie Water Resistant Wind Resistant Breathable Fully Adjustable Hood Brushed-Tricot-Lined Collar Single-Separating Front Zipper Zippered Napoleon Pocket Two Zippered Hand Pockets Hook/Loop Cuff Closures Drawcord Hem

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

CLOSEOUTS . Ideal for the transitional season when temperatures are slightly warmer, but conditions are still demanding, Outdoor Research's Transfer jacket lends a highly water-resistant and breathable bonded nylon outer with a soft brushed fleece interior. Available Colors: TRUE BLUE, OLIVE, EMBER, PEWTER/EMBER, DIABLO/EARTH, GLACIER, HOPS/EVERGREEN, TAOS, BLACK, DUSK, PEWTER/LEMONGRASS, EARTH/DIABLO, KALE, PEWTER. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 2XS, XS.

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version

Wear the Outdoor Research Transfer Hooded Softshell Jacket when you're searching out that last bit of late-season snow. Or throw this jacket on in the fall when you want to get to the top of your favorite hike before the snow hits.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version