The Outdoor Research Women’s Aspire Super Stretch Jacket really hit the nail on the head when it comes to a versatile and dependable outer layer.
The Super Stretch Foray brings this evolution full circle and lets me climb with hard shell like performance and soft shell like flexibility.
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If you’re looking for a single hard shell jacket that can handle everything from winter backcountry ski tours to soggy spring time dog walks, the Odin 9 Worlds 2.0 Outdoor Shell Jacket is a great option.
I would recommend this jacket to anyone looking for a lightweight breathable hardshell for snow and mountain adventures. It’s an exceptional jacket that can be used in a variety of different environments.
I was beyond impressed with how the Capacitor handled the unseasonable winter weather on Rainier.
A well made jacket that seems to create a goldilocks bridge between feature-set, low weight, and solid durability.
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