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Designed with an updated, streamlined fit for 2014, this coveted windproof soft shell is the all-around jacket for windy weather. The protective TNFTM Apex ClimateBlock fabric is windproof and water-resistant, maintaining a comfortable level of breathability during aerobic activities while delivering for full-body protection against the elements. FEATURES INCLUDE Windproof, water-resistant soft shell with stretch delivers lightweight weather protection TNFTM Apex ClimateBlock fabric rated at 0 CFM (100% windproof) Fleece backer Hem cinch-cord adjustment in pockets Zip chest media pocket Internal zip media pocket Molded cuff tabs Napoleon chest pocket bluesign® approved fabric PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Style: C757 Fabric: 90D 351 g/m² TNFTM Apex ClimateBlock-96% polyester, 4% elastane Avg Weight: 620 g (21.87 oz) Length from Center Back: 28" Source: Imported Guarantee: Lifetime Warranty
Windproof, water-resistant soft shell with stretch delivers lightweight weather protection
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