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- Cut through wet weather and heavy snow with the cunning Triolet Jacket.
- 40-denier, three-layer GORE-TEX® Performance Shell provides durable, waterproof, breathable protection.
- 70-denier reinforced panels in high-abrasion areas.
- DWR (durable water repellent) finish sheds moisture.
- Two-way adjustable hood is helmet compatible and features a laminated visor.
- Modified Y-Joint™ sleeves provide full range of motion without making your jacket ride up.
- Underarm zip vents.
- Cuffs block out wet weather thanks to their low-profile design and pleated gussets.
- Full-length zip with storm flap.
- Two hardness-friendly zip hand pockets, two zip chest pockets and one drop-in pocket.
- Drawcord hem.
- Touch Point System™ embeds cord locks in hood and hem for fast fit adjustments that seal out the snow and rain.
- 100% nylon.
- Machine wash warm and tumble dry low.
- Neck Circumference: 22 in
- Length: 28 in
- Chest Measurement: 38 in
- Sleeve Length: 33 in
- Product measurements were taken using size SM (Women's 4-6). Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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