The Mountain Hardwear Men's Homeride Quadfecta Jacket is a versatile winter jacket with four different ways to wear it. The Homeride is built for skiing/snowboarding and performs just as well when you're stuck at home shoveling the driveway. Built like the classic 3-in-1 jackets you see everywhere, Mountain Hardwear adds another option of wear. The outer shell is a Poly 2L PU Laminate Herringbone, tough and durable against all types of wet weather. The 100% waterproof/breathable shell is your first line of defense against wind, rain and snow. The hood is removable for warmer/drier days and the storm flap prevents leaks through the zipper. Two large drop-in pockets close with a flap to prevent your gloves from getting lost. Wear this alone on wet, warmer days, or zip in the liner for maximum warmth. The liner can be worn alone as well on dry, cool days and is reversible for two very different looks. The zip-in liner is lightly insulated with a fixed hood. Wear it to look like a jacket, or reverse it for a warm hoodie look. Kangaroo pockets on the hoodie side while zippered side pockets and a chest pocket are on the jacket side. So many options.
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