Spyder Vyper Jacket

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Free Shipping. Spyder Men's Vyper Jacket FEATURES of the Spyder Men's Vyper Jacket Removable helmet compatible hood with adjustable opening Fully seam taped Anti-abrasion overlay film by Bemis Waterproof center front zipper Waterproof hand and chest pocket zippers Under arm ventilation system Removable powder skirt with stretch panel Snap back feature holds powder skirt away when not in use Velcro adjustable cuffs with gussets Interior stretch cuffs with thumb holes Data card pocket Internal zippered pocket Internal mesh goggle pocket Drawcord adjustable hem Chamois lens wipe Spyder's proprietary DWR Spylon hydrophobic finish repels rain and snow, decreases dry time, and keeps you outside longer Spyder's proprietary Xt.L is an ultra-thin membrane that delivers superior waterproofing and breathability. Snow and rain are blocked from penetrating the outer shell of the fabric, while a moisture transfer system moves perspiration away from you Thin yet protective, the trusted warmth of 3M Thinsulate Insulation is your low-profile answer to cold. The microfibers that comprise 3M Thinsulate Insulation efficiently trap insulating air, reflect radiant body heat, and deliver warmth that is two times greater than down and other polyester insulations, when equal thicknesses are compared

- Moosejaw

The freeride-inspired Vyper Jacket from Spyder gives you the ability to bite back when nasty conditions at the resort send the masses to the lodge. The Xt.L membrane fights wet storms, thinsulate insulation keeps you warm in bone-chilling winds, and the core ventilation system allows you to regulate your temperature when the sun glistens off fresh groomers. After having so many untracked lines to yourself, you'll be hoping for crowd-scattering storms on a regular basis.

- Backcountry.com