Black Diamond Deploy Wind Shell Jacket

Feb 18, 2019

Category: Gear

Made up of a crew of climbers and skiers, Black Diamond is always passionate about the gear they make, keeping them at the forefront of outdoor equipment. Their latest offering is the Deploy Wind Shell Jacket built for harsh weather on your daring mountain adventures.

According to Black Diamond, this is the lightest wind shell jacket in the world, weighing in at only 48 grams. It’s constructed from exclusive Japanese denier fabric, making it ideal for emergency protection against high winds. Black Diamond also states that the Deploy Wind Shell Jacket is the first ‘YKK Super Lightweight zipper’ to shave away grams for missions where you need to hustle. When you don’t need this weather shield, you can pack it down and stow it away in an integrated stuff-pocket in the collar. Pick up this adventure-hungry jacket now for $159.

Purchase: $159

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