Mountain Hardwear's Seraction jackets and pants feature Dry.Q Elite waterproof fabric technology that also offers instant breathability that is not triggered by humidity. Seraction jackets are built with a stretch hood, side panels and underarms for increased mobility. Equally bad-ass pants are also available, and the women's feature 60 gram Thermal.Q Elite insulation for added warmth.
Mountain Hardwear's Mixaction outerwear offers softshell stretch and mobility, with the waterproof performance of a hardshell. The Mixaction jackets feature Dry.Q Elite waterproofing technology across the shoulders, top of arms and hood to keep you dry while climbing, and it also breathes the instant you put it on because the breathability is not triggered by humidity. Neat. Mixaction pants feature built-in articulation for ease of movement.
Mountain Hardwear's Thermostatic jackets and vests feature 60 grams of their Thermal.Q Elite synthetic insulation that ramps up warmth without weighing you down. A super low profile design, including elastic cuffs and dual hem drawcords, make Thermostatic jackets great for layering under a shell in harsh conditions, or it can be worn as a stand-alone piece when every ounce counts.
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