Avalanche Outcross Hybrid Jacket - Insulated (For Men)
About Avalanche Outcross Hybrid Jacket - Insulated (For Men)
Closeouts. A low-bulk layering piece, the Avalanche Outcross Hybrid jacket puts the emphasis on mobility. The lightly insulated core fabric is combined with body-mapped paneling that provides stretch comfort and excellent breathability.
Specs about Avalanche Outcross Hybrid Jacket - Insulated (For Men)
- Closure: Zipper
- Zipper: Right
- Fabric: 100% polyester
- Lining: 100% polyester
- Insulation: 100% polyester
- Care: Machine wash, line dry
- Total weight: 15.9 oz.
- Made in China
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Avalanche Wear Mens Size Chart
|Neck||15 - 15.5||16 - 16.5||17 - 17.5||18 - 18.5|
|Chest||38 - 40||42 - 44||46 - 48||50 - 52|
|Waist||32 - 34||36 - 38||40 - 42||44 - 46|
Note: Measurements are in inches.
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Most Helpful 4-Star Review
It’s a sweater, it’s a jacketVerified Buyer Reviewed by RidewithCoKo from Knoxville on Monday, February 19, 2018Great addition to my outdoor activities! Sheds water and is warm. Sometimes I forget I’m wearing this due to its low profile and comfort! When the temps drop I just add a wind liner over the top and it doesn’t look like a stuff sack.
Turns out the zipper works!Reviewed by BadGuidance from Idaho on Tuesday, January 23, 2018I'm updating my previous review to three stars on this jacket because I've worn it for a few weeks and because RP from MA in the comments section urged me to. Despite my initial dismay when the tag ripped through the sleeve as I removed it, the jacket has held up. I've now completed over 6 fly fishing trips at 20 degrees, a few hikes and some regular jaunting, "I regularly jaunt," and the jacket has held up. The insulation does do the job that insulation should do. That said, I've got some threads loose and with a couple washings, the sleeves have turned into a fuzzball factory. My arms look more like Chesapeake Bay Retriever than the sleek material it was at first. It is a very thin jacket and I didn't think it would keep me warm but it has. This is a subjective statement as I regularly overheat and sweat like an oven roasted Yeti even at subzero temperatures with nothing more than a sweater. Although I do agree with RP from MA that I should give more credit to the jacket, I stand by my previous statement that one trip to Los Betos could blow this jacket into napkin scraps.
It's got a zipper.Reviewed by BadGuidance from Idaho on Thursday, November 30, 2017Saw this on here and thought it looked like a similar jacket from Cabelas. Then I bought it from Steep and Cheap for half the price. Save your money, this thing is built like a napkin with a hood. I'm worried a stiff wind might actually blow it's stitching apart. It doesn't even have a breast pocket or inside pocket... which I didn't realize was a negative until I noticed it's one of the only coats I've ever purchased that doesn't have something like that. When I pulled the tag out, instead of breaking in two, the tag plastic just ripped through this paper bag material that they call a sleeve. It does appear to have some kind of insulation but I have not confirmed whether it is or is not thinly torn cotton balls stuffed in there or maybe it's just air. They aren't lying though. This is a high mobility jacket. You literally don't notice it's on and if you do something drastic... like farting, sneezing, or getting the mail, you may tear the dang thing apart.
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