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Mountain Hardwear Men's Exposure/2 GORE-TEX PACLITE Stretch Pullover

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A lightweight, breathable, and stretchy pull-over made from Gore-Tex Paclite. A 3/4-length front zip and two side zips allow you to dump heat. Available in Dive. Show more >
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Mountain Hardwear Men's Exposure/2 GORE-TEX PACLITE Stretch Pullover

The Mountain Hardwear Men's Exposure/2 GORE-TEX PACLITE Stretch Pullover is a lightweight and breathable anorak which provides greater weather protection than a full-zip jacket. Its pull-over style is highly waterproof and windproof to keep you dry in adverse weather and warm in cold, windy conditions. To avoid overheating, the Exposure/2 Stretch Pullover retains the ability to vent through a 3/4-length front zip and two side vents. Paclite is Gore-Tex's most breathable waterproof-fabric and is usually made in just 2-layers, but the Exposure/2 Stretch Pullover features a 2.5-layer construction to increase durability. An ideal jacket for climbing, biking, and hiking in poor weather, where you'll be keeping it on from start to finish.

Tech specs

FITStandard
MATERIAL(S)Gore Tex® Paclite Stretch 2.5L (92% Nylon, 8% Elastane)
WEIGHT327.5 g (avg.)

Features

Men's Exposure/2 GORE-TEX PACLITE Stretch Pullover

Summary

• Waterproof, breathable 2.5L Gore-Tex® Paclite™ stretch fabric moves with you.
• Industry leading C0 , PFC-free DWR coated nylon is eco-friendly.
• Waterproof and breathable with reinforced zippers.
• One front harness-compatible chest pocket and two internal storage pockets.
• Adjust temperature with side vents.
• Drop tail for extra coverage.

1 product review

Average rating

Men's Exposure/2 GORE-TEX PACLITE Stretch Pullover
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good strech!

Wear when climbing. The stretch works better than other Gore-Tex products, so I don't feel as stressed as I thought. Recommended for climbers, as they are less likely to interfere with the harness

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