Outdoor Research Ferrosi Windshirt
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Outdoor Research Lightweight Softshell Jackets Ferrosi Windshirt - Men's-Black-Small 244059E+12. You'll want this with you when you need a little extra protection on that exposed climb and you wont' regret throwing it in your pack since it stuffs into its chest pocket for easy storage when not in use.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
The Outdoor Research Men's Ferrosi Windshirt is designed for Climbing, but it's a great layer for any activity where you're exposed to windy weather. Whether cruising down the beach on a chilly morning run or scrambling High above the treeline to bag a new summit, this pullover will provide a comfortable balance of weather-resistance and breathability. Stretch construction mirrors your movement so you won't feel restricted, and there's a zipper along each forearm for extra venting. On extended trips, you can stash it inside the chest pocket and pull it out when necessary. Features of the Outdoor Research Men's Ferrosi Windshirt Water and wind-resistant fabric shields from the elements Chest pocket doubles as stuff sack for easy storage
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
CLOSEOUTS . Layered over a fleece or on its own with a T-shirt, Outdoor Researchand#39;s Ferrosi windshirt offers water- and wind-resistant comfort that dries quickly and breathes on warmer days. Available Colors: BLACK, PEWTER/LEMONGRASS, DUSK. Sizes: S, M, L, XL.
- Sierra refers to the men's version
With Ferrosi fabric, no one sport can define this collection. With the Ferrosi Windshirt, it is more shirt, but less jacket. The perfect versitle piece
- Summit Hut refers to the men's version
From the top of Mount Olympus to the rock walls of Half Dome, the Outdoor Research Men's Ferrosi Windshirt provides protection and performance throughout all of your alpine pursuits. Crafted with a water and wind-resistant fabric, this pullover shields you from the elements and features a chest pocket that also doubles as a stuff sack for when the Ferrosi is not in use.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version