Outdoor Research Offchute Jacket - Men's
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If the lifts are running, this guy is not interested in sleeping in and maybe getting in a couple laps later. Winter is only so long, the mountain is open only so many hours, and you only have so many days off work. Make the most of them in a super-quiet, feels-like-a-soft-shell-but-workslike- a-hard-shell jacket. Breathable, waterproof Ventia fabric with Thermore Classic insulation keep you warm, dry and comfortable.
- Summit Hut
Features of the Outdoor Research Men's Offchute Jacket Waterproof, windproof Fully seam-taped Laminated construction Breathable movement-mirroring stretch Stand-up collar Fully adjustable helmet-compatible hood Pit zips Zip chest pocket Zip hand pockets Internal zip chest pocket Internal media pocket Fixed powder skirt External and internal front storm flaps Integrated hood cord locks Brushed tricot-lined collar Key clip Double-separating center front zipper Articulated elbows Thumb drive hook/ loop cuff closures Elastic drawcord hem
Winter is only so long, the mountain is open only so many hours, and you only have so many days off work. Make the most of them in the Outdoor Research Offchute, a super-quiet, feels-like-a-soft-shell-but-works like- a-hard-shell jacket. Breathable, waterproof Ventia fabric with Thermore Classic insulation keep you warm, dry and comfortable.
- Mountain Gear
If the lifts are spinning, then you're skiing. Make sure you have a jacket that can keep up with your 100+ days-a-year skiing habit by investing in the Outdoor Research Mens's Offchute Jacket. It provides the protection needed to withstand raging snowstorms, along with the stretch and breathability you want when you're taking non-stop laps from first chair to last. Soft and quiet like a softshell, Ventia fabric seals out heavy snow and howling winds while remaining highly breathable to keep you comfortable when you're skiing rowdy lines. It also has more flexibility than your average technical shell, so you don't feel restricted when navigating tight tree lines. A bit of lightweight insulation helps you stay warm through mid-January pow days, while zippered underarm vents help you blow off steam in late spring.
Cold weather and long days in the backcountry are no match for the comfort provided by the Mens Offchute Jacket from Outdoor Research. Waterproof, windproof, breathable and fully seam-sealed construction works to keep the weather out while allowing your body to breathe. Lightweight Ventia 2L shell construction stands up to the rigors of adventure, while Thermore Classic Compact insulation keeps you warm. Articulated elbows and stretch fabric work together to provide unmatched mobility. Internal media pocket keeps your phone/camera close. Helmet-compatible hood. Fixed powder skirt. YKK AquaGuard zippers keep your essentials dry and secure. 100% polyester construction. Imported. Sizes: S-2XL. Colors: Agate, Baltic, Black, Dusk. Size: Regular. Color: Dusk. Gender: Male. Age Group: Adult. Material: Polyester. Type: Jackets.
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