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Mountain Hardwear Women's Banning Jacket

Item # 773325
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Key Features

  • Lightweight 100% nylon shell fabric

  • Dry.Q Core waterproof/breathable technology

  • Breathable 100% polyester mesh lining

  • Bungee cord-adjustable hood/bottom hem

  • Waterproof AquaGuard VISLON front zipper


Our Price  $90.00
Sale Price  $69.96

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Product Description
mountain_hardwear The Mountain Hardwear Banning Jacket keeps you fully protected from the elements without weighing you down. Wear it on its own on warmer days outdoors or over a down liner when the temperature falls. The lightweight 100% nylon shell is bolstered with Dry.Q Core technology for total waterproof, breathable protection. The 100% polyester mesh lining helps keep you cool and comfortable. The attached hood and waist hem adjust easily with bungee drawcords to ensure a customized fit. The contrast-color AquaGuard VISLON front zipper allows for controlled ventilation and is fully waterproof. Hook-and-loop tabs at the sleeve cuffs help seal in body heat for added warmth. Two zip-secure hand pockets provide convenient storage for your essential gear. Imported.

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Mountain Hardwear Womens Banning Jacket
 
5.0

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5.0

Great Rain Jacket

By ladykate06

from Atlanta, GA

Comments about Mountain Hardwear Womens Banning Jacket:

This is a great rain jacket! Definitely keeps you dry. My only complaint is that it runs slightly small. If you plan to wear something thicker underneath the jacket, I would definitely go a size up than what you would normally wear.

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