Outerknown Adios Packable Jacket

May 2, 2018

Category: Gear

The $100 windbreaker market is a crowded one in which brands like Patagonia, The North Face, and Columbia having reigned supreme for decades. Now, Outerknown is trying to join their ranks with the Adios Packable Jacket.

This lightweight jacket cut from a recycled polyester ripstop offers up all the features you could hope for in a travel jacket. For protection against inclement weather the jacket has a fluorocarbon-free DWR treatment, an adjustable hood that can pack into the collar, and even an inner patch for protecting important items like wallets or I.D. Additionally, the jacket has a laser-cut port for snaking through your headphones if you’ve yet to jump on the Bluetooth bandwagon. Right now you can pick up the jacket in four sizes and two colorways including Adobe and Bright Black.

Purchase: $98

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