Outback Jacket Images

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Anthracite/Silver

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Black

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Black/Silver

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Silver/Anthracite

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A generous amount of reflective trim makes you more visible from any angle

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The reflective trim really lights up well

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Zipper and velcro sleeve closure; you can see the liner underneath

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Cuff has two-way zipper; you can zip the sleeve vent open

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Upper arm sleeve take up snaps allow you to tighten the fit of the sleeve to prevent flapping in the wind

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You can adjust the fit in the waist with these straps

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Handwarmer pockets

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Patch pockets with envelope flap

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Zippered pocket above the patch pocket on the left side

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Two more pockets on the chest

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Zippered vents behind the chest pockets

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Large storage pouch in the rear

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There are two zippered exhaust vents on the back

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Flex panel at the elbows

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Flexisnap at collar provides several positions for adjusting the collar circumference to suit you; the collar is lined in a soft, comfortable fabric

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The two liners are zipped in to the jacket in this shot; you can use both liners or either one separately

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The main zipper has a double storm flap as does the waterproof liner

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Here's the jacket with both liners installed

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The insulated liner is fairly substantial and should do a very good job of keeping you warm

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Here's a shot of the Hydratex® G-liner

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