Patagonia Knifeblade Jacket

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Patagonia Womens Knifeblade Jacket - Sale - Wherever mountains glisten with frozen ribbons, imaginations ignite with possibility. An ambassador favorite, our premier soft shell for alpine and ice climbing now comes in a full-zip version for added versatility. The Knifeblade's Power Shield(R) Pro fabric - a breakthrough in soft-shell technology - fills the gap between traditional soft and hard shells, offering unprecedented stretch, breathability and wind protection in a water-resistant 3-layer package. The Knifeblade has a pliable feel, slides easily over layers, and is durable against big-route abuse. It has three water-resistant zippered pockets (one chest and two handwarmers, placed above pack and harness waistbelts), low-profile cuff closures and Touch Point System(TM) embedded cord locks in the hood and hem for quick adjustment. The helmet-compatible, 2-way-adjustable hood with laminated visor provides optimal visibility in bad conditions. Full-reach gusseted underarm panels allow overhead mobility. Details Polartec(R) Power Shield(R) Pro fabric with a tricot backing combines lightweight weather resistance and incredible breathability Full zip adds versatility Helmet-compatible, 2-way-adjustable hood with laminated visor for optimal visibility in bad conditions Touch Point System(TM) has embedded cord locks in hood and hem for quick adjustments to seal out weather Modified Y-Joint(TM) sleeve construction allows overhead mobility without lifting the jacket One left chest pocket and two high handwarmer pockets are harness- and pack-compatible, with mesh pocket bags and slim install reverse- coil zippers with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish Low-profile, self-fabric hook-and-loop-closure cuffs with pleated gusset 5.8-oz Polartec(R) Power Shield(R) Pro 89% polyester/11% spandex 536 g (18.9 oz) Made in Vietnam. - Massey's Outfitters

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