Westcomb Switch LT Hoody

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Free Shipping. Westcomb Men's Switch LT Hoody FEATURES of the Westcomb Men's Switch LT Hoody Adjustable (using just one hand!) fixed hood is big enough to wear over a helmet, but still cinches down around your noggin without one Adjustable waist system adjusts with one hand within the hand pockets Adjustable torso system Velour-lined chin-guard provides comfort and protection from the elements for your neck and face Moulded cuff tabs Velcro cuff closures keeps snow, wind, and rain from sneaking in your sleeves Vent zippers located under the arms to maximize air circulation during extreme heat generating activity Laminated internal media pocket to keep your MP3 player, phone, and other valuables dry and secure 2 Napoleon Dri Pocket and 1 Bicep utility pocket YKK AquaGuard Vislon SPECIFICATIONS of the Westcomb Men's Switch LT Hoody 340 NRS Polartec NeoShell 360 NP Polartec NeoShell 20 SPI Micro Seam Tape Laminated cuff and hem Articulated elbows This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The Westcomb Switch LT Hoody is an alpine jacket with pit zips and large Napoleon pockets. This jacket is soft and feather light yet offers superb wind and water protection without sacrificing comfort and breathability. Fixed Storm Hood, 3-point adjustable hood is roomy enough to wear over a helmet, yet cinches comfortably down when worn without one. Bungee cord on each side of the hood and a third in back simply adjust with one-handed ease, keeping your other hand ready for the unexpected.

- CampSaver.com

Let the waterproof, windproof, highly breathable and flexible Polar Tech Neo Shell technology in the Westcomb Switch LT Jacket inspire you. Boldly frolic in wet, windy weather, and be the intrepid outdoorsman you've always wanted to be.

- Backcountry.com