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Outdoor Research Ferrosi Hoody Jacket

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Specs

Type: Wind
Material: cordura nylon
Insulation: Lining, nylon
Removable Liner: No
Fit: Regular
Weight: na
Venting: No
Seams: Critically Taped
Hood: Hooded
Pockets: 2 Handwarmers 1 Internal
Length: Regular Cut
Recommended Use: Biking, Casual, Hiking, Every Day, Streetwear, Backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Outdoor Research Ferrosi Hoody Jacket

Outdoor Research Ferrosi Hoody Jacket is made from nylon ripstop spandex, with an 88% cordura and 12% lyrcra shoulder for added durability. Features include water repellent watts, regular fit, 2 hand zip pockets, 1 Napoleon zip pocket, adjustable hood, and a lifetime warranty. A DWR finish keeps the wind and rain off like you would be wearing a raincoat, except it lets you breathe at the same time. The Outdoor Research Ferrosi Hoody Jacket also features a highly breathable body and a left pocket that doubles as a stuff sack with an attached binder loop.

Key Features of the Outdoor Research Ferrosi Hoody Jacket:
  • 91% Cordura/ 9% Spandex shoulders; DWR finish
  • 86% ripstop nylon/14% spandex body
  • Lightweight
  • Wind resistant
  • Abrasion resistant shoulders
  • Highly breathable body
  • Adjustable hood
  • Internal chin guard
  • Off-set center front zipper
  • Multiple pockets
  • Left pocket doubles as a stuff sack with biner loop
  • Drawcord hem
  • Standard fit
  • Center Back Length: 30 1/4"

Ferrosi Hoody


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Needed a soft shell / midlayer for ski touring. I overheat easily and my hard shell is too much on most climbs - this shell is light and breathable, perfect for skinning up on cold days.
Stephane N on Oct 7, 2013

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