Durable dobby nylon shell treated to be wind and water-resistant. Lined with anti-pill microfleece in the body 5.46 oz. /YD2 (equivalent to 9.09 Oz. /LYD, 185 GSM) and lightweight poly fill in the sleeves for warmth. Full-zip design with covered zippers and easy-access pockets. Stand-up collar and elasticized cuffs with hook and loop closure. Inside zippered valuable pocket. Open bottom hem with adjustable shockcord drawstring and toggle. ESA system (embroidery stow-away) for decorating access.
Comfortable open-bottom hem
Product Information Specifications for Charles River Apparel Men's Windward Jacket, Black/Grey, Large Below:
Under Armour Men's UA Storm ColdGear Infrared Softershell Jacket Small Black
Manufacturer: Under Armour
Brand: Under Armour
UA's exclusive MagZipâ„¢ closure clicks & holds together for easy, struggle-free zipping. UA Storm gear uses a DWR finish to repel water without sacrificing breathability. Windproof construction shields you from the elements. Durable, bonded 3-layer softershell material has a quiet outer layer & superior stretch. ColdGearÂ® Infrared technology uses a soft, thermo-conductive inner coating to absorb & retain your own body heat. 4-way stretch fabrication allows greater mobility in any direction. Adjustable cuffs. 4 secure pockets with left chest audio escape. Polyester. Imported.
Manufacturer: Alpha Industries
Brand: Alpha Industries
A mid-weight flight nylon with water resistance and scads of versatility, the MA-1 Navy fighter pilot jacket was the first military flight jacket to cross over into civilian fashion. Our nylon flight jacket includes knit cuffs, a knit collar and waistband, as well as a strong front zipper with storm flap for warmth. There are multiple snap-closure pockets as well as the utility/pencil pocket with the Remove Before Flight keychain. Our MA-1 jackets are reversible to bright orange, making them ideal for rescue missions and other times when visibility is imperative. This current version has been kept as close as possible to the classic specifications (dating back to the early 1950's) and also received several revisions during the 1960's. Alpha Industries was founded on the belief that the U.S. armed forces deserved protective clothing that was of superior quality and delivered outstanding defense against extreme climate conditions. From our start in October 1959, the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) awarded Alpha contracts to produce jackets for American service members, including iconic styles such as the N-3B parka and the MA-1 flight jacket. Alpha grew rapidly during the 1960s, as the Vietnam War led to a substantial increase in DOD production contracts. Lessons learned from intense battlefield experience also led to new technological advances in fabric and the manufacturing process. Alpha soon began producing infantry jackets, including the iconic M-65 Field Coat made legend...