Patagonia Insulated Sidewall Jacket
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Kick up the heat on your kick-flipping aerial assaults in the Insulated Sidewall Jacket from Patagonia, a heat-trapping, weather-beating shell constructed of 2 layers of polyester and Patagonia's H2No waterproof membrane. Stay warm throughout the day in recycled polyester EcoTherm that insulates when wet and compresses easily for lightweight packing.
- Mountain Gear
While a motion-friendly design enhances the freeriding experience, the Patagonia Insulated Sidewall jacket stops wet snow and cold with waterproof/breathable H2No and Thermogreen insulation.
Wind, graupel and downward-spiraling temperatures ? all signs of an epic day. This progressively styled, free-moving jacket stops cold and nastiness and enhances the freeriding experience with its motion-friendly design. The combination of 100-g Thermogreen? insulation (90% recycled) and a durable 2-layer 100% polyester shell (50% recycled) keeps you warm and dry. Our waterproof/breathable H2No(R) barrier and a finish of Deluge(R) DWR (durable water repellent) ensure absolute storm performance. The removable, 2-way-adjustable hood is helmet-compatible, and the storm flap secures with hook-and-loop closures. Interior detailing includes a snag-free taffeta liner, an adjustable powder skirt with three webbing loops that attach to any Patagonia(R) Ski/Snowboard pants, a fleece-lined neck and a cold-stopping neck gasket. Pit zips keep you fresh; articulated arms keep you moving. Five exterior pockets (one for an electronic device; one with an integrated pass holder) and two internal pockets hold essentials. Feminine contouring.
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