The same technormous broknowlegy you live in Lib's boards—now available in jacket form.
If you know anything about Lib tech, you know three things: they're big on art, practice eco-conscious manufacturing, and are located in the Pacific Northwest where the snow is heavy and wet. In true Lib fashion, the Recycler Jacket is not only a wearable work of art designed by Mike Parillo, but comes equipped with zonal insulation, storm-ready 10K waterproofing (and strategically taped seams) and is made from 100% recycled polyester.
- 10K-rated waterproofing and breathability keep the Re-Cycler going strong in most conditions and breathing easy the whole time
- Constructed from 100% recycled polyester
- Critical seams are taped to prevent moisture getting in and saturating your session
- Zonally insulated with 60g fill in the body and 40g in the sleeves blend of light & mid-weight warmth
- Peripheral hood adjustment cinches down to keep water rolling away from face without blocking your vision
- Mesh-backed ventilating zip opens diagonally for convenience when sitting on a chair lift or wearing a pack
- Lycra ninja cuff keeps snow and wind out of your sleeve and is thin for layering under your glove
- Fixed Lycra powder skirt secures around your waist to keep snow out without prohibiting mobility
- Storm jacket-to-pant connection system adjoins to corresponding Storm system pants
- Zipper pull doubles as a whistle to signal for help or just make music for people you don't know on the chairlift
- Internal media pocket holds your mp3 player or phone
- Internal goggle pocket provides a place for your goggles to hang out in while you pig out on chili-cheese fries in the lodge
- Artwork by Mike Parillo