Thrudark SF Recoil Jacket

Dec 14, 2018

Category: Gear

There’s no shortage of technical jackets on the market today; we’re continuously inundated with fantastic products from around the globe. But every once in a while, a company really sets themselves apart from the crowd with undeniable attention to detail, intriguing build materials, and a presence that can’t be ignored. Thrudark’s SF Recoil jacket is one such offering, providing the ultimate in warmth and utilitarian design.

The SF Recoil features an ultra lightweight, breathable, windproof silhouette thanks to the utilization of ripstop fabric, and provides an unparalleled warmth to weight ratio thanks to naturally hydrophobic Italian goose down. A four-way stretch back panel allows for the wearer to engage in true technical endeavors, providing a drastic increase in dynamic movement capabilities. Internal YKK zip pockets, padded zipper pulls, and four external pockets stand alongside the jacket’s dual elasticated waist and concealed stretch hood (with a built-in peak) to ensure adequate preparedness for any situation.

Purchase: $565

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