Sometimes less is more.
The L1 Reducer Jacket delivers both classic military styling and bomb-proof construction. Ripstop fabric resists tears from tree branches, rocks, and those annoying mystery screws sticking out of haggard park features. With a stowable hood and shell construction, the Reducer can be layered up and down for ultimate versatility in any weather conditions.
- Limited-edition Spray Dye Flannel colorway is dyed one at a time—no two are alike
- Removable L1 pins for customizable levels of flair
- Washed, aged finish has a premium hand-feel less crispy than most ripstop outerwear
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I'm 6'2 180 and not sure whether to get...
I'm 6'2 180 and not sure whether to get the large or extra large. I'm planning on wearing a sweatshirt under of course when i shred but maybe not when i'm just walking down the street..so what do you people of the internet think i should do?
My general experience is to order a size down from your regular sweatshirt size!
This jacket doesn't have a powder...
This jacket doesn't have a powder skirt?!
Hi, Im interested in buying this jacket....
Hi, Im interested in buying this jacket. But im not sure what size to get.
Im 5'8" and weight about 147lbs. I usually wear size small in Holden jackets, should do the same for this one?
I usually wear my jackets pretty well fitted, cause i like to rock them off the mountain.
This will probably be a little looser than a Holden jacket. That said, small will fit you best.
Amazing, but $200?
Just picked this beauty up in black and I love it. I am 5'9 145lbs and the Medium is a perfect fit.
L1 has their style on point. The attention to detail is amazing and I love the military style that this jacket has. The black is more of a faded black then as dark as it shows on here. Love the look and the way the hood can zip into the collar.
I feel that 200$ is a lot of cash to pay for an 8k piece of outerwear. Yes I have used 8k throughout the Utah winters and never had any problems, but I feel this should still be a bit cheaper as it is just a shell. And maybe I'm retarded, but the string at the bottom doesnt seem to cinch or tighten - dunno if its just aesthetics or what. This jacket is prime for spring days and could be used during the colder winter months with a hoodie underneath. Who doesn't layer anyway?