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- ASIN: B009Q197SA
- Item model number: 95011-001
- Average Customer Review: 54 customer reviews
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Outdoor Research Women's Aspire Jacket
|Price:||$161.21 - $215.00|
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- 100% Polyester
- Zip-front jacket featuring hood with draw cord, zippered hand pockets and arm pocket, and fully taped seams
- Internal front-zip storm flap
- Adjustable hook-and-loop bands on wrists
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FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Women's Aspire Jacket Waterproof Breathable Lightweight Fully Seam Taped Fully Adjustable Hood Double-Separating and Water-Resistant Front Zipper Internal Front-Zip Stormflap Double-Sliding TorsoFlo Hem-To-Bicep Zippers Two Zippered Hand Pockets Arm Pocket Elastic Cuffs Hook/Loop Cuff Closures Drawcord Hem Stuffs Into Left Hand Pocket
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Secondly, the fit is spot on for me- a bit longer to just cover about half of my rear, and wide enough to fit over it (I'm an athletic build with some junk in my trunk- 5'5", a muscular 150lbs- couldn't ask for a better fitting jacket - I took a large).
Thirdly- I love the poncho-style under-arm zippers. You won't find this very often on comparable rain jackets for some reason but this is truly the way to go for venting. The misconception is that goretex is fully breathable- this is not true. The pores in goretex will allow a certain rate of moisture to escape, but if you're doing something like running or strenuous hiking, there's no material currently available that will vent 100% of that humidity. Read- there will be condensation on ANY waterproof material if you're exercising. However, with the aspire's full zip pit vents, you can get as much or as little air flowing around you as you want and still keep dry. I've had this jacket for several weeks now and taken it up in the Whites for some winter hiking- it's been great. I'm not easy on my equipment but this jacket has held up. My only complaint is the zipper could be a little easier to get started, but that's probably a one-off fluke. I'm looking in to purchasing the aspire rain pants as well. Great job OR.