Klymit Ulaar Inflatable Jacket

Jul 3, 2014

Category: Gear

Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to carve up a frosty hill on your snowboard, all bundled up for the cold, then sashay into the ski lodge with just a light jacket on? With the Klymit Ulaar Jacket, the dream of going from ski parka to windbreaker instantly can become a reality.

This project hit its goal on Kickstarter, and is now available for anyone and everyone who wants to control the amount of insulation in their jacket. Klymit’s proprietary VWT (Variable Warmth Technology) promises to keep you at just the right level of toastiness, no matter where you are. Each jacket features a dry air pump to fill the inflatable chambers, 4-way stretch polyester shell with a charcoal bamboo liner, fully taped seams, and a water resistant rubberized zipper. [Purchase]

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