POINT OF SALE: jack­ets

Adventure - - 2007 Point Of Sale -

La­fuma Light Zip In Jacket Fea­tures: Made from Gor-tex pa­clite ma­te­rial, fit­ted with a dou­ble zip to com­bine jack­ets and vests and con­vert to a 3-in 1 prod­uct. Use: Jacket. RRP: $745 APEX MAGIC JACKET Fea­tures: The Flight Se­ries Apex Magic Jacket fea­tures Magic Seam tech­nol­ogy mak­ing it light­weight, com­press­ible and com­fort­able. New and im­proved fab­ric, Hem cinch­cord, Per­for­mance fit, Re­in­forced with In­fu­sion tech­nol­ogy, Wind per­me­abil­ity rated at 6 CFM, Core vent pock­ets, Vel­cro® ad­justable cuffs. Use: Ex­pe­di­tion from base camp to sum­mit. RRP: $349 DECEPTACON TRI­CLI­MATE™ JACKET Fea­tures: Giv­ing you 3 jack­ets in 1, this jacket in­cludes a wa­ter­proof, breath­able shell with an in­su­lated liner. Pock­ets for mp3 play­ers, chapstick and a Sneak Pass sys­tem keep you or­ga­nized on the moun­tain, Dual en­try gog­gle pocket with chamois, Pow­der skirt with pant con­nect sys­tem. Use: Snow Sports RRP: $529 THERMASTRE­TCH ¼ ZIP Fea­tures: The Thermastre­tch 1/4 Zip Shirt is a ther­mal first layer with stretch, de­signed for out­door train­ing. The ther­mal com­pres­sion keeps you warm while ab­sorb­ing vi­bra­tion for less lac­tic acid cre­ation so you re­cover more quickly. Use: Base Layer RRP: $99 La­fuma Otrans T-shirt Fea­tures: Lightwear T-shirt made of highly breath­able Dry­way ma­te­rial de­signed to keep the wearer’s skin dry by wick­ing per­spi­ra­tion. Use: Base layer RRP: $79 Mil­let K-Jacket Fea­tures: Best seller at Mil­let, evolv­ing with­out ever los­ing it’s unique iden­tity: best ma­te­ri­als – Gore-tex XCR, Lo­foten and 3-layer Khumbu, Kevlar fi­bre re­in­forced shoul­der pan­els and heat sealed seams for ex­cep­tional pro­tec­tion from wind and wa­ter while ex­celling in breatha­bil­ity. Er­gonomic cut, un­der­arm ventilatio­n, ar­tic­u­lated el­bows, and many more fea­tures. Use: Jacket RRP: $1,195 Mil­let Pow­er­stretch Jacket Fea­tures: Ideal sec­ond layer. Fig­ure hug­ging ther­mal pro­tec­tion with added stretch. Ma­te­rial – Po­lartec pow­er­stretch, pro­tec­tive col­lar, thumb hole cuffs, warmth, light­ness, com­press­ibil­ity and ex­cel­lent wick­ing prop­er­ties. Use: Mid-Layer RRP: $365 CIRQUE MOCK TUR­TLE NECK Fea­tures: The ex­cep­tion­ally soft Cirque Mock Turtle­neck is made of ther­mally ef­fi­cient fleece. Quick dry­ing and light­weight, a great shirt for train­ing or lay­er­ing, Con­trast colour top stitch de­tail, Thumb­hole ex­ten­sions at cuffs. Use: Mid Layer RRP: $139 MOXIE HOODIE Fea­tures: An ath­lete favourite, the Moxie hoodie is a per­for­mance shirt for train­ing in cool weather. The deep front zip­per pulls up over your mouth to pro­tect your skin from harsh weather, but mesh lets you breathe com­fort­ably. Thumb­hole ex­ten­sions at the cuffs help keep your hands warm, Mesh pan­els on hood for breatha­bil­ity. Use: Mid/Base Layer RRP: $139 IN­CON­CEIV­ABLE JACKET Fea­tures: The warm­est, qui­etest, soft­est three-layer jacket The North Face has ever made. Gore’s new pa­tent-pend­ing Gore-Tex® soft shell tech­nol­ogy makes durable seam­seal­ing pos­si­ble in the fleece-backed Gore-Tex® In­con­ceiv­able jacket. Use: Ex­pe­di­tion RRP: $879

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