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Men's Rain Jackets

Millet LTK Activist 2.5L Jacket - Men's


Product Details

Fast hiking, urban commuting, and generally staying dry are all par for the course for the Millet Men's LTK Activist 2. 5L Jacket. The DryEdge fabric uses a membrane, as well as a DWR treatment and fully welded seams to keep you nice and dry while still allowing your body to get rid of perspiration and moisture. Underarm Gill Vents let you dump excess heat when you're on the move, and thumbholes at the cuffs allow for dynamic movements while still keeping everything in place.

Price : $199.95


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Fleece Jacket Checklist

Say "No" to Cotton: If you take cotton in the Montana backcountry...you'll be sorry sooner or later.
Pull-Over or Zip-Up? Both are popular and widely available. Make sure you get the right style for your own needs.
Snug Around the Neck? Some people like it...other's don't. But snugness helps keep the cold from seeping in. So it's a feature worth examining.
Pockets? Some fleece has tons of pockets, others none whatsoever. So check the specs before plunking down any money.

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