White Sierra Peak Jacket

Retailers' Descriptions

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CLOSEOUTS . Form a team against winter with this White Sierra Peak jacket; when worn together, the water-resistant shell and warm fleece liner make an unstoppable duo! Shell: Water resistant Zip-off hood Brushed collar lining Two-way YKK(R) zip Right zipper pull Vertical zip chest pocket Zip hand pockets with brushed lining Integrated powder skirt Goggle pocket Pass pocket Audio pocket Fabric: Polyester Lining: Polyester mesh; smooth nylon Liner: Zip hand pockets Fabric: Polyester Lining: Nylon in sleeves, remainder unlined Length: 29" Weight: 3 lb. 6 oz. Care: Machine wash/dry Made in China. Available Colors: RED, WALNUT. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra

The White Sierra Peak 3-in-1 jacket delivers versatile protection for high-altitude endeavors and urban adventures. Fully seam-taped nylon outer fabric provides waterproof, breathable performance and abrasion resistance. Nylon taffeta lining slides easily over layers. 3-point adjustable storm hood keeps your noggin warm and dry in a snowstorm; zips off when you don't want it. Internal, adjustable powder skirt helps seal out cold air and wet snow while retaining valuable heat. 2 zippered handwarmer pockets, interior rip-and-stick chest pocket and interior goggle pocket with attached goggle wipe provide multiple storage options. Removable liner jacket works great solo or layered with the shell; polyester fleece exterior resists light moisture and is quick drying. Liner jacket features high-loft fleece in collar for superior warmth, 2 zippered handwarmer pockets and drawcord hem. Special buy.


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The Peak Jacket has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$66.93 - $79.95

The White Sierra Peak Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 17, 2011 at Sierra.

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