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Venturing into the backcountry and need a seriously warm technical piece to keep you warm and dry? Well you found it! The Mountain Hardwear Luma Women's Jacket is packed with features to keep you comfortable during long off-trail adventures. The Dry.Q Elite is incredibly breathable. It will keep you dry and moisture out, no matter how hard your body is working. The Women's Luma Jacket has Variable Thermic Insulation, which means you get heavier insulation in critical heat areas and less insulation where you need more mobility. 

Style:

Women's Insulated Shell

Performance Level:

Dry.Q Elite - Waterproofing and breathability that starts working the instant you put your jacket on. Guaranteed to keep you dry and comfortable.

Insulation:

Combination of 100g Thermic Micro and 80g Thermic Micro - 100g of insulation in built into critical cold zones, and 80g is placed in areas of the jacket where you need mobility.

Pockets:

2 Hand Warmer Zip Pockets, Chest Pocket, Interior Pockets

Venting:

Pit Zip Vents

Additional Technology:

Attached Adjustable Hood, Ajustable Stretch Powder Skirt, Hem Drawcords for Quick Adjustments, Micro-Chamois lined chin guard prevents zipper chafe

Features

•  Gender:  Women's

•  Waterproof/Breathability:  Dry.Q Elite

•  Insulation:  100g Thermic Micro

•  Weight:  1 lb 14 oz

•  Removable Hood:  No 

•  Powder Skirt:  Yes - Removable Stretch

•  Venting:  Pit Zips

•  Seams:  Fully Taped

•  Warranty:  Limited Lifetime  

•  Offered Sizes:  XS, S, M, L, XL

•  Model Year:  2013 

 

Women's Sizing (in inches):

XS

S

M

L

XL

 

 

 

Bust

33

34, 35

36, 37.5

39, 40.5

42

 

 

 

Sleeve

30

31

32

33

34

 

 

 

Waist

25

26, 27

28, 29.5

31, 32.5

34

 

 

 

Hip

35

36, 37

38, 39.5

41, 42.5

44

 

 

 

Inseam (Regular)

 

Short: 30

Regular: 32

Long: 34

 

 

 

 

 

Mountain Hardwear Luma Jacket

Price: $399.96

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