|Type:||Rain, Technical Shell|
|Weight:||na, 1 lb 11 oz; 758g|
|Pockets:||3 external 1 internal|
|Recommended Use:||Casual, Hiking, Running, Every Day, Backpacking|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Mountain Hardwear Gravitor Insulated Jacket
Dedicated runners won't let a little rain keep them trapped inside, but that doesn't mean you want to end up soaked to the skin before your first mile. The Mountain Hardwear Gravitor Insulated Jacket will help you avoid that situation. This jacket has an AXF Super DWR finish to help repel water so you can dive out into the rain. You'll be able to remain dry enough to finish your run in comfort. The pockets on this jacket are set up high enough so that they aren't in the way of pack straps for easy access.
- Avg. weight: 1 lb 11 oz; 758g
- Center back length: 30"
- Fabric: body: Rebar Ripstop AXF (100% nylon) insulation: Thermic Micro
- DryQ Elite: 100% waterproof, most breathable, air-permeable, no-wait comfort
- Lightweight, waterproof and warm
- AXF Super DWR finish repels water 5 times linger than standard DWRs
- Pockets set high and out of the way from harness and pack straps
- Dual hem drawcords for quick fit adjustments
- Integrated thumb loops for warmth
- Micro-Chamois - lined chin guard prevents zipper chafe
http://www.the-house.com/mh3gv02bcbh12zz-mountain-hardwear-jackets.html?utm_source=sas&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=feed&utm_medium=affiliates&utm_campaign=384228&utm_source=shareasale&netid=shareasale. I'd like it in a size large.
This is indeed weird, and I am sorry that my answer is imperfect. I looked at the original catalog listing for this product, and it lists Dry Q. Elite as a main feature (which is why it is listed on our site). I agree that I looked at the jacket, and it says Conduit. For the record, the specs list has this at 20,000mm waterproofing and 35,000g Breathability.... which is fantastic. I reached out to MH for clarification, and I will post if I get a response. In the end, ours say "Conduit" though.