GoRuck Challenge Windbreaker

Feb 27, 2018

Category: Style

We’re charging headfirst towards spring – which means more rain, longer days, and a bunch of not-quite-warm but not-quite-cold weather. The perfect type of gear for that indecisive forecast? Something like GoRuck’s new Challenge Windbreaker.

Made from the brand’s ToughDry fabric, this jacket blocks wind, doesn’t get in your way, and dries fast. Made in Spokane, Washington, the jacket also features an abrasion-resistant quality to it and a two-way stretch design that allows for near total freedom of movement. Like to keep your phone on you while hitting the gym or going on a run? The zippered breast pocket in this jacket is large enough to fit an iPhone 7+. Or do you find yourself on the go often? The jacket can fold down to the size of a beer can for easy storage. The weather may not be predictable this Spring, but this jacket is something you can count on.

Purchase: $110

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