Rasp 2.0 Jacket Images

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Black/Black

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Gunmetal/Black

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Red/Black

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Torso panel opened part way and secured with snaps

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Torso panels completely removed; you'll get a LOT of airflow in this configuration

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Zippered sleeve closure

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Sleeve take-up straps tighten sleeve fit and help secure elbow armor

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The waist is highly adjustable

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There is great venting on this jacket; you can open up these front panels partway and snap the panel open for moderate air flow

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You can completely zip off the two front panels if you want a lot of airflow (Paul is holding one of the panels over the sleeve)

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In addition there are zippered bicep vents

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There are zippered exhaust vents on each side in the back

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Zippered handwarmer pockets

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Zippered internal stash pocket

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As part of the protection package, the jacket comes with these external injection molded plates over the shoulders

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You get removable CE approved armor in the elbows and shoulders

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The jacket comes with this dual density back pad

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The full sleeved insulated liner is zipped into the jacket in this image

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The liner is removable

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In this view the liner has been removed and you can see the belt loops at the bottom for pant attachment

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Reflective piping on the back helps with nighttime visibility

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Fit check with Huey and Dewey

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