Fox Flexair Pro Fire Alpha Jacket

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The Fox Flexair Pro Fire Alpha Jacket is the jacket you want for unpredictable weather during the cooler months. Using advanced Polartec Alpha fabrics, it provides insulation that adapts the level of breathability which eliminates the need to shed or add layers when the weather changes. Airflow is managed with large intake vents on the chest and exhaust vents on the back to prevent overheating. It also offers some basic protection from water and debris with a durable water repellent finish.

Who's this item for: Any rider looking for a set-and-forget winter jacket you can adapt on the go.

Element Resistance: Polartec Alpha technology to keep your warm and let your body breathe, along with a durable water-resistant finish to help shed water and debris.

Fit Type: Standard fit, neither excessively baggy or slim. Elongated at the rear to cover your rear when you're in a riding position. It has elastic cuffs for added comfort.

Materials: Polartec Alpha fabrics for insulation and a durable water-resistant finish to shed water and debris. 50% polyester / 38% polyamide nylon / 12% elastane

Stuffability: This is a mid-range packable jacket. It is a little thicker than a standard windproof jacket due to the thermal fabrics.

Pockets Position and Quantity: Two zippered front hand pockets with an elastic interior pocket to keep your gear in place.

Hood: Nope, not on this one.

Pros: A very adaptable jacket that is perfect for winter riding.

Cons: If it's bucketing with rain this will not shield as well as a fully waterproof jacket.
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