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#192254 - 10/18/15 11:38 AM FS: REI Spruce Run primaloft convertible jacket
4x4Dragon Offline
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Registered: 04/12/04
Posts: 323
Loc: Lexington, SC
This jacket features removable sleeves and hood and is insulated with Primaloft and is constructed with Pertex Microlight Eco. I have had the jacket for a couple of seasons but have barely used it(maybe half dozen times) as I have too many other jackets. It is black in color and in Excellent condition and comes from a smoke-free home. It is a mens size small but i chose this size for a snug fit to prevent cold spots/drafts vs the medium. For reference I am 5'11" and about 170 lbs. The sleeves are plenty long even for my relatively long arms but they won't dangle off a shorter arm thanks to the cuff-edge gaskets slimmer cut. I'm having trouble uploading pics from my phone but i can get pics to anyone that's seriously interested. I believe I paid $130 and am just trying to get $55 shipped in CONUS. (Paypal preferred)

http://www.rei.com/product/814302/rei-spruce-run-jacket-mens

• Spruce Run works well as a stand-alone jacket in dry conditions or layers comfortably underneath a shell in wet weather; at night it makes a great pillow in its stuff sack
• Pertex® Microlight Eco ripstop nylon shell and lining are lightweight and durable, and offer silky softness that enhances the insulation's loft; windproof to 50 mph
• Insulated with high-performance, water-resistant PrimaLoft® Eco synthetic microfiber to provide soft, non-bulky warmth for very little weight
• Hypoallergenic Eco fibers come from recycled plastic bottles
• Sleeves zip off to convert jacket to a vest; fully-adjustable hood zips off to save weight
• Keep track of the hood and sleeves by stashing them inside the interior zip lumbar pocket; this pocket also doubles as a stuff sack and makes a nice pillow in a pinch
• Windflap backs front zipper; chin guard protects against zipper abrasion
• Features a hem drawcord; cuff-edge gaskets reduce wind entry
• REI Spruce Run jacket features zip handwarmer pockets and a zippered interior pocket with headphone port
• REI Spruce Run jacket is trim fitting and allows a full range of motion


Edited by 4x4Dragon (10/20/15 08:09 AM)

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#192271 - 10/20/15 08:10 AM Re: FS: REI Spruce Run primaloft convertible jacket [Re: 4x4Dragon]
4x4Dragon Offline
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Registered: 04/12/04
Posts: 323
Loc: Lexington, SC
Price drop to $55 shipped.

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