Deployable wrist gaiters and adjustable gauntlet cuffs stop snow from getting up your sleeves, and a powder skirt with jacket-to-pants interface shields your back. Homeschool's high-tech hood blocks wind and blowing snow, and it adds to the futuristic feel. Cocona Xcelerator tech is printed into the mesh lining to boost moisture management and stop odor-causing bacteria from moving in.
- Continuum 2.5L shell
- Mesh lining with Cocona Xcelerator
- Engineered fit
- Mesh-lined underarm zip vents
- Fixed powder skirt with jacket-to-pants interface
- Storm hood
- Adjustable gauntlet cuff with wrist gaiters
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41.6 oz in L
New favorite jacket
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
I just received this jacket and I had to comment. I have a 686 stealth and compression jacket, two sessions jackets an airblaster jacket and a dc jacket and this jacket is just so clean and appears to be well built. Love homeschools clothing line there breathbility is second to none I have all of there base layers. The jacket has sweet little details like buttons on the side of the powder skirt so the sides dont flop around. Thunbholes to keep the sleeve in place. An awesome hood that covers your cheeks. An internal print that matches their base layer. I bought two thanks backcountry. Anyways I love this jacket. Just got done running 3.4 miles in the rain and It was swampy at all. If your looking for a great shell and dont want to sport generic burton here it is then again id prefer to be they only one with this jacket. I got the black.
Does this jacket actually have stretching...
Does this jacket actually have stretching wrist gaiters with the thumb hole, or just the extended cuff on one side of the sleeve?
I just ordered this jacket and am sending it back. It does not have wrist gaiters as advertised, just an extended cuff which is useless