Mountain Hardwear Men’s Super Chockstone Hooded Jacket – Black

Mountain Hardwear Men's Super Chockstone Hooded Jacket - Black

Mountain Hardwear Men’s Super Chockstone Hooded Jacket – Black A highly technical wind- and weather-resistant jacket for climbing, hiking, and scrambling. The Super Chockstone„ Hooded Jacket excels above and below the treeline. It’s durable enough to graze the rock face, yet remarkably breathable to prevent overheating. With a precise, active fit for enhanced mobility, it can still layer over a fleece layer when the weather turns and provides UPF 50 protection from harsh sunlight in thinner air. .  . . . . . . Fabric Body: Chockstone„ Double Weave Soft-Shell 91% Nylon, 9% Elastane. .  Lining: Brushed Mesh Lining 100% Polyester. . Abrasion-resistant, air-permeable, incredibly light and stretchy double weave softshell fabric with a DWR finish. . Stow-capable secure zippered chest pocket. . Two zippered handwarmer pockets are harness- and pack-compatible. . Low-profile hood can be worn under a helmet. . Adjustable hem cinch and elastic sleeve cuffs keep out the wind chill. . UPF 50 helps block harmful UV rays, especially important at altitude. . Apparel Fit: Alpine. . Center Back Length: 28 in (71 cm). . Average Weight: 14.2 oz. (402g). . Imported. .

  • Mountain Hardwear Men’s Super Chockstone Hooded Jacket – Black

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