66°North Askja Light Jacket


Fabric Polartec® WindPro® Light and Power Stretch®.

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit 66°North's Askja Light Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . Fear not the winds of change in the Askja jacket from 66? North. Polartec(R) Wind Pro(R) fleece is four times more wind resistant than traditional fleece, and it resists water, breathes and wicks moisture, too. Low-bulk wind resistance, breathability and moisture-wicking performance Highly breathable sleeve panels Slash zip front pockets Stand-up collar for coverage Left zipper pull Length: 27" Weight: 1 lb. 4 oz. Fabric: Polyester; unlined Care: Machine wash, hang dry Made in Latvia. Available Colors: HUNTER GREEN, MOCHA, BROWN, GREY, BLACK, BLUE, BONE WHITE, BLACK, TAN, GREEN. Sizes: 2XL, XL, L, M, S, 3XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

From exposed skin tracks to ridgeline trails, the 66 North Askja Light Jacket takes the bite out of the wind, without putting the heater on re-circulate. This form-fitting Polartec Wind Pro Light fleece top stretches and breathes like a yogi to keep you from burning up when you're moving fast. When you hit the brakes, Wind Pro's denser face weave presents a better barrier to gusts than a standard fleece. High pockets ease access when wearing a pack. As with all 66 North apparel, the Askja Light Jacket also looks sharp when you hit the bar for a celebratory beer.

- Backcountry Outlet

66°North Askja Light Jacket


The 66°North Askja Light Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 23, 2011 at Sierra Trading Post.

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