Offering fully-featured 3-season protection with dry-wicking waterproof/breathable protection, the lightweight Mountain Hardwear Women’s Plasmic Jacket sheds rain while maintaining maximum breathability and comfort.
Mountain Hardwear's Dry.Q EVAP is an interior-surface wicking technology that disperses moisture through a network of channels on the fabric so it evaporates more quickly. Dry.Q EVAP not only improves breathability but also keeps the wearer drier and more comfortable from the inside out.
Features of the Women’s Plasmic Jacket include a fully adjustable hood with single pull adjustment system, cuff tabs, a drawcord hem for on-the-go fit adjustments, and an exposed, water-resistant Vislor Aquaguard front zipper. Two zippered hand pockets stow smaller items.
Available in a variety of size and color options, the Mountain Hardwear Women’s Plasmic Jacket has a more casual, standard cut that layers well over lightweight to medium fleece, sweaters or base layers.
- Lightweight, packable and waterproof
- Dry.Q EVAP accelerates evaporation for more breathability and comfort
- Fully adjustable hood with single pull adjustment system
- Cuff tabs and hem drawcords for quick fit adjustments
- Exposed water-resistant Visor Aquaguard zipper
- Two zip hand pockets
Best Use Backpacking, Hiking Jacket Back Length Hip-Length Center Back Length 26.5" Warranty Lifetime Limited Type Lightweight Waterproof/Breathable Jacket Shell Material 40D Dry.Q EVAP 2.5L Ripstop (100% Nylon) Number of Pockets 2 Item Weight 10 oz Hood Yes; Adjustable Fit Standard-Fit
Real Customer Reviews
- good for rainy days
Likes: lightweight and breathable
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