SPYDER Men’s Syrround Down Waterproof 600 Fill Down Jacket

SPYDER Men’s Syrround Down Waterproof 600 Fill Down Jacket
  • Product Code: B077ZKKBPJ
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  • $139.50 $99.16

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SPYDER Men’s Syrround Down Waterproof 600 Fill Down Jacket - B077ZKKBPJ

  • Zipper closure

  • SPYDER: Syrround Down is made with 600 fill down, waterproof Spylon DWR, & engineered baffled construction to create the best and warmest layer. The whole jacket can be rolled up & tucked into its own pocket, so you can layer when the temperature drops.

  • DESIGN: Unique to Spyder, the engineered baffled construction increases warmth by combatting cold spots, which can afflict other down jackets. It also includes reflective detailing and center front and chest reverse coil zippers.

  • FEATURES: The Syrround Jacket features a fixed insulated hood with adjustable opening, a reverse coil center front and chest pockets zippers, zippered hand pockets, and packs into the wearer’s left pocket to make packing easier.

  • MATERIAL: The Syrround Down’s fabric is engineered Nylon Syrround Woven Baffle and Spylon DWR. Spylon has a hydrophobic finish that repels rain and snow, decreases dry time, and keeps you outside longer. Our 600 Fill Duck Down will keep you warm & toasty.

  • BEST USE: Spyder’s Syrround Down coat is perfect for any outdoor activity. Easily packable, our Syrround Down Jacket is also the perfect travel companion. Can be worn as a layering piece or as a standalone jacket to suit the needs to each individual.

  • Spyder’s heritage is one of speed, progression, and experience. The company was started back in 1977 as David L. Jacobs, Inc. While David Jacobs’ young sons were in the ski race circuit, he noted there was only one brand of race sweaters available. He knew he could make a better product and sell it to the close-knit race community. David L. Jacobs, Inc. was, back then, a small mail order business ‘for racers, by racers’.

    One of Jacob’s early creations was a blue racing pant with yellow striped protective pads. Skiers began calling them ‘spider’ pants, due to their spider leg-like appearance. Jacobs then renamed the company to Spyder in 1978.

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