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Rely on our water-resistant hooded freeride mountain-bike jacket to keep you dry while riding aggressive lines in wet conditions. HyVent 2L technology sheds light rain and provides breathable moisture management that prevents you from overheating during highly aerobic rides. All of the pockets and the back vents are mesh-lined to provide maximum airflow around the torso. Cut with extra room for armor and designed with mountain-bike specific features throughout.
- The North Face
The premier The North Face(R) water-resistant, breathable rain jacket for freeride mountain biking in wet weather. Cut with extra room for armor and loaded with bike-specific features. Bike-helmet-compatible, adjustable fixed hood. Mesh-lined zip chest pocket. Internal media pocket. Mesh-lined zip hand pockets. Mesh-lined zip back vents. Adjustable elliptical hem for rear coverage. Reflective logos. Hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs. Fabric: 40D 84 g/m2 (2.5 oz/yd2) HyVent(R) 2L-100% nylon plain weave. Length from center of back: 31". Weight: 580 g (20.46 oz).
- Rocky Mountain Trail
Free Shipping. The North Face Men's Shifter Jacket DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Men's Shifter Jacket Bike-helmet-compatible, adjustable fixed hood Mesh-lined zip chest pocket Internal media pocket Mesh-lined zip hand pockets Mesh-lined zip back vents Adjustable elliptical hem for rear coverage Reflective logos Hook-andloop adjustable cuffs The SPECS Average Weight: 20.46 oz / 580 g Center Back Length: 31in. 40D 84 g/m2 (2.5 oz/yd2) HyVent 2L-100% nylon plain weave This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
The Shifter from The North Face is a must have for wet weather freeriding. The breathable HiVent shell material keeps you comfortable by shedding water and breaking through wind. A helmet compatible hood keeps the rain from going down your back and vents in the front of the jacket as well as behind the elbows can be opened to let the heat out and get better airflow through the jacket so you don't overheat.
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