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U.L. Thermawrap Jacket Men's

Style #2301300

Price: $139.00

Member Points: 1,390

Reimagined for the Fall & Winter 2016 season, the UL Thermawrap Jacket is our cool weather middle layer that excels in mixed conditions. We have retooled this classic ultralight garment with an updated fit, strategically placed stretch fabric and 40 gram stretch synthetic insulation. These refinements helped us produce a more fluid, comfortable jacket that layers effectively within any clothing system. During fabric selection we sought slightly more permeable weaves in an effort to better balance sweater weight warmth with perceived breathability. We believe the accumulation of these marginal gains in performance have allowed us to create a garment with an extended range of comfort and a wider definition of use. Light in weight, quick to dry and the epitome of versatility, the UL Thermawrap Jacket really satisfies with all day comfort.

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Features

  • DWR treated zipper
  • 2 zippered hand pockets
  • 1 zippered chest pocket

Specs

Weight8.5 oz. (241 g)
InsulationSTRETCH Exceloft® synthetic insulation, 40g/m²
FabricSleeve: 15-denier Ballistic Airlight rip-stop nylon
Body: 12-denier Ballistic Airlight rip-stop nylon
DWRStandard DWR treatment
Compressed sizeφ4.7 x 7.9 in. (φ12 x 20 cm)
Center back length28.4 in. (72 cm)
OtherFront zipper: Left hand insert (Right side slider)

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