Sherpa Adventure Gear Kriti Jacket

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sherpa Adventure Gear's Kriti Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The sweet hooded Sherpa Adventure Gear Women's Kriti Softshell Jacket will flatter your feminine style and protect you against the elements with lightweight, supple strength. A single layer of softshell aptly shields you from rain, wind, and cold; articulated elbows, a sleek non-bulk design, and four-way stretch allow optimal freedom of mobility. And contoured seams and pretty lotus-flower screen print add subtle but unmistakably feminine style.


You'll appreciate the beautiful simplicity of the Sherpa Women's Kriti Jacket. It wraps your body in a single, supple layer of rain-resistant, woven fabric that stretches to match every move you make. You'll be dry, comfortable (the fabric feels warm on your skin - not cold or clammy), and looking good. Designed with 4-way stretch fabric so it has a flattering fit and there's nothing to bulk up or clutter the streamlined silhouette. Fabric: 91% nylon, 9% spandex.4-way stretch fabric ensures exceptional mobility and a great fit.Fully adjustable hood protects your head from precipitation. All seams are contoured for a sleek feminine fit.Elbows are articulated for complete range of motion.Rhododendron flower screen print carries through to both sides of the front zipper.Embroidered Sherpa logo on front.Avg. length: 26".Avg. wt. 12.5 oz.Import.

- Campmor

Sherpa Adventure Gear Kriti Jacket

previously retailed for:
$39.96 - $49.50

The Sherpa Adventure Gear Kriti Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 21, 2015 at

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