Sierra Designs Hurricane HP Accelerator Jacket - Girls'
|Center Back Length||
23.25 in (Medium)
5,000 grams per sq m
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Chilly rain is no big deal inside the tent. But out on the trail, your cold-natured explorer has to zip up her soft-lined Sierra Designs Girls' Hurricane Accelerator Jacket to stay warm and dry. Its Hurricane two-layer shell features fully taped seams and a water-repellent coating to keep the showers out, and a soft polyester tricot lining adds a touch of insulation and loads of comfort.
Sierra Design's bread and butter jacket the Hurricane HP Accelerator Jacket for girls does it all-- wicks away moisture, insulates all for a great value. An adjustable hood adds more warms and protection from the drizzle.
- Altrec Outdoors
The girls' Sierra Designs Hurricane Accelerator rain jacket will help keep your young adventurer dry and happy when cool, damp weather rolls in. Ripstop nylon fabric features a solvent-free, waterproof breathable laminate; polyurethane-coated dry finish reduces interior condensation and overheating. Brushed polyester lining insulates and feels great against the skin. PVC-free seam taping ensures complete protection. Stormflap backs the water-resistant front zipper. Attached hood cinches down around face. Adjustable cuffs help seal out the elements. Features 2 zippered hand pockets and 1 interior media pocket with earphone exit port. The Sierra Designs Hurricane HP Accelerator rain jacket stores in a self-fabric stuff sack.
Sierra Designs Hurricane HP Jacket
Sierra Designs Hurricane Jacket
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