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Columbia Peak Ascent Shellbr

Posted Nov 05 2012 2:41am
CLOSEOUTS . Meet the demands of the mountain with Columbia Sportswear's Peak Ascent shell jacket, a hard shell-stretch hybrid with durable hard shell material in the shoulders and plenty of stretch in the body. Available Colors: BLACK, INTENSE RED, VOLTAGE. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.
One route wears many different faces throughout the winter, from icy slab to wet sloppy snow. This highly technical, hardshell-stretch hybrid meets the variable demands of winter climbing head on. Ita? north face?s a lightweight 3-layer jacket constructed of hardshell on the shoulders for crucial durability and full stretch in the middle for amazing mobility. Storm clouds approaching? Fear not. Omni-Tech waterproof-breathability and full seam sealing hold dominion throughout. A unique core venting system allows you to diffuse excess heat through vertical zippers on the chest. The main zipper is waterproof, and the attached, adjustable storm hood features laser cut breathing holes, so you can protect your face behind the high collar without compromising your air intake. For extremely cold conditions, the 3-point Interchange system allows you to attach your Columbia liner of choice. Nearly invisible hand pockets and a chest pocket keep your essentials secure. FEATURES: Fabric: 100% nylon, 89% nylon/11% elastane, 3L, Omni-Tech waterproof-breathable and fully seam sealed, 3-point Interchange system, Underarm and chest venting, Waterproof zipper, Therma weld, Laser cut design, Center back length: 30a??, Imported,
Snow, wind, and rain can rob your body of heat and drop your core temperature much faster than cold alone. Protect yourself when nature gets nasty with the Columbia Men's Peak Ascent Shell. Proprietary Omni-Tech multi-layer waterproof breathable construction fights off the elements like an action hero in a mindless Hollywood blockbuster.


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